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This explicit video produced by PornHub explores PrEP in the porn industry, as well as other topics relating to sex and PrEP – including coming out. you can watch the non-explicit version here
PrEP-4-Trans is a new PrEP campaign for trans and gender diverse people.
PrEP is a HIV prevention pill that you take everyday. Watch the video to find out more!
This video was made by the Victorian AIDS Council and supported by the PrEPX team at The Alfred. Also thanks to PASH.tm for their support. If you want to get onto PrEP, book an appointment with us or contact the PrEPX team. PrEPX is in Victoria and South Australia and there are spaces for trans and gender diverse people. Check out this link: www.alfredhealth.org.au/PrEPX
If you are outside of SA and VIC, go check out http://pan.org.au/get-PrEP for more info.
“Don’t like condoms? Turns out you’re not alone. Whether or not you use them, there’s still a way to prevent HIV—we’ll break it down for you!”
The PrEP Project is a collaboration between gay San Francisco-based freelance filmmaker Chris Tipton-King and producer and director Robyn Kopp. This is part one in a four-episode series.
The team behind The PrEP Project tackle the PrEP haters (there’s at least one) and dive into why you should get tested—even if you always use a condom. Also: things get kinky!
It’s Saturday night, you’re a gay guy on your third date. The attraction is undeniable. Then, he tells you he’s on treatment and Undetectable. Has been for over 6 months. An Undetectable Viral Load means you’re safe. HIV has never been passed on by someone who’s on regular treatment and is Undetectable. Undetectable = Safe.
In some cases, it’s safer to have sex with someone who’s HIV+ than someone HIV-. Here’s why! Also: Eric’s first breakup is for the opposite of the usual reason, and unintended consequences of the war on HIV. Also: cute boys kissing!
People like their sex with a heaping dose of shame. But how can we address problems like HIV if we refuse to talk about it? Maybe it’s time we learned something from women, who’ve been through this before. Also: hot shirtless throuple!
In 2015, film maker Nicholas Feustel made a documentary film about the England PROUD PrEP trial. The documentary was shown at community events across the UK, and formed the focus for PrEPster’s Pushing for PrEP community education events.
The team behind The PrEP Project released this snippet from Episode 1 of ‘The PrEP Project’ video series which explains what PrEP is and how it works in 90 seconds,
Ending HIV gives us Tom, Dick, and Harry. Do you use PrEP, UVL, condoms – or a mix?
Modern safe sex is about options, and making the right choice for you.
VAC (The Victorian AIDS Council) gives you 10 things to know when considering PrEP.
The Queen of Ireland, drag queen Panti Bliss talks HIV treatment – and taking control of your own journey.
Ru Paul’s Drag Race alumni Courtney Act (Shane Jenek) talks about his experience accessing PEP.
Courtney Act PEP Video: Part 2
Courtney Act (Shane Jenek) gets his HIV test results back and talks about his experience accessing PEP.
Kenny Moffitt talks about his experience accessing PrEP in Los Angeles
Youreka Science made this fast-motion PrEP 101 video. Get the facts and know what you’re up for when starting PrEP.
The PrEP Squad of DC gives us a brief overview of how Truvada as PrEP works inside the body.
Moderator Damon Jacobs (Creator of PrEP Facts Facebook group) talks with a panelist of PrEP users about their condom use since starting PrEP.
Moderator Damon Jacobs (Creator of PrEP Facts Facebook group) talks with a panelist of PrEP users about their own reasons for starting PrEP
Moderator Damon Jacobs (Creator of PrEP Facts Facebook group) talks with a panelist of PrEP users about side effects when using PrEP
In this video from the US Centers for Disease Control guys talk PrEP.
Damon Jacobs, a PrEP educator, gives Daily Xtra a candid interview on why he started using the HIV-prevention drug and what his experience has been like.
Adam Zeboski and David Duran talk about the benefits of PrEP and the social media campaign, #truvadawhore
SA Mobilisation + Empowerment for Sexual Health (SAMESH) and the Australasian Society for HIV, Viral Hepatitis and Sexual Health Medicine (ASHM) have brought leading HIV clinicians and experts on HIV PrEP, from South Australia & Victoria to Adelaide for a discussion on PrEP and HIV prevention.
HIV infection rates in Australia have been rising for years. Safe sex is obviously important, but could this prevention drug stop the spread of HIV AIDS for good?
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