The messages, which include 'You're a walking disease, mate' and 'Sluts like you deserve it,' were sent to Grindr users and the Gay Men's Health Charity (GMFA) asked a group of HIV-positive models to read them out and react.'Each time someone sends a message like this to an HIV guy it adds a brick to the viral closet.Next time someone challenges them about their status they might deny it. And things happen.'A major study published last year found that HIV-positive people, both gay and straight, who are on antiretroviral therapy have just a 1-4 per cent chance of passing the virus onto a partner during unprotected sex.'The medical treatment for HIV has had a dramatic impact on the health and life expectancy of those of us who are living with HIV.Of course, the first couple months were pretty shaky.
Prosecutor Sue Ferrier said the woman only realised Kuuya was infected with the condition when one his former parters contacted her via Facebook.Testing for HIV together and receiving counselling with your partner can...Seek advice from a healthcare provider about starting treatment.Sentencing Judge Christopher Vosper told him: "Her life has been completely changed by being infected - something that could easily have been avoided if you had been honest from the start."You chose to conceal something from her that you should have been open about.