Video Blog: If I am undetectable I can't transmit the HIV virus

I want you all to see the lack of education that is out there! This is why it is important to show our faces and come out of the dark! This is a human condition that is 100% preventable and as I explained in the video, if a person living with #HIV takes their medications and become undetectable and stay undetectable for more than 6 months, WE CAN'T TRANSMIT THE HIV VIRUS. Just because our activist circles and allies know about HIV does not mean that people know about this condition that has so much stigma! We need to be visible and we need to reach main stream media.

Love and light.

#mariamejia #thewellproject #uequalsu #hiv #prevention #education #vih #education #prevencion #stigma #humancondition

 

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MandyMN's picture

First of all, you are so beautiful and brave and very awesome for sharing your stiry.

Secondly, thanks for making a video to show that HIV positive people look as normal and as beautiful and as positive as you are.

I hope you will not mind if I share your video with my students. 

Again, thanks so much for sharing

 

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Hello Mandy

Mariatmejia's picture

Thank you so much for all of your kind words! and I feel free to share anything that I post <3 

 

love and light

 

Maria

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