HIV and me: 'I decided to fight: I always wanted the body of a wrestler'



The collaborative photo-storytelling project Through Positive Eyes chronicles a very particular moment in the global Aids epidemic, when effective treatment is available to some but not all, and when the enduring stigma associated with HIV and Aids has become entrenched – a major roadblock to both prevention and treatment. Over 10 years, more than 130 HIV-positive people across five continents have taken part, many of whom picked up cameras for the first time in their lives. Here they tell their stories, in words and in photographs.
‘My years with HIV have taught me to be more humble’... read more

 
9 November 2019 in World News, Views: 25
Source: Guardian
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