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Mykki Blanco Explores HIV Stigma in Music Video for “Hideaway”

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Yes, the stigma is still there, as in 1984 when I was infected, but I am conflicted in today's world when someone makes a choice to have unsafe sex. Haven't they knowingly taken the risk and consequences of contracting HIV, in what is known to be an imperfect world? Shouldn't "cum-dump, as a choice and a "desire" in HIV's manageable world be part of the discussion.

April 13, 2017 Eugene OR

Russell C. Peterson

I have been a survivor of HIV/AIDS for over 40 years.. I have noticed this stigma and have brought it into the forefront of my being out about HIV/AIDS and the honest celebration of life. It is a truth that WE all need to see and embrace as another element we all need to accept and embrace in a loving manner..No suppression, denial or abusive shouting to give a element of strength ..It is here and it will be a festering element until a cure is found and humans can continue to evolve.

April 13, 2017 Everett, Washington


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