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15 December 2018

Breaking down stigma one barrier at a time

By |2021-01-15T20:16:00+11:0015 December 2018|Categories: #191 – December 2018|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on Breaking down stigma one barrier at a time

Matthew Hall was diagnosed with HIV as a 23-year-old in 1995. Given effective antiretroviral treatment was yet to become available, HIV was considered a death sentence at this time. Devasted by the news, Matt [...]

15 March 2018

Best of times and worst of times

By |2020-12-08T14:24:47+11:0015 March 2018|Categories: #190 – March 2018|Tags: , , , , |Comments Off on Best of times and worst of times

Indeed, the 1980s were like that. They were a peak time for ‘gay’ and ‘community’. They were also the time that we got to understand the HIV epidemic, and by the end of the [...]

15 December 2017

Our changing conversations – the PSB two decades on

By |2021-04-21T09:09:23+10:0015 December 2017|Categories: #189 – December 2017|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Our changing conversations – the PSB two decades on

As a Positive Speakers Bureau speaker of 21 years for Positive Life NSW, I have been privileged to hear stories and see lives transform.

15 June 2017

Life is still a banquet!

By |2020-12-08T10:55:50+11:0015 June 2017|Categories: #187 – June 2017|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on Life is still a banquet!

Being a ‘good gay boy', I was tested every six months for HIV and STIs, which in retrospect seemed quite strange as I was almost your quintessential ’40-year-old virgin.’ After going through the “Grim [...]

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