Details
Date:

June 1

Time:

03:00 pm - 05:00 pm

Event Category:

Bisexual & Lesbian Women in Manchester, Manchester, Meetup

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Organizer

Bisexual & Lesbian Women in Manchester

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Venue

LGBT Foundation

5 Richmond St

Manchester, GB

It’s conclusive – people living with HIV who are on effective medication cannot pass on the virus to their partners. And with more and more pressure for PrEP and continued campaigns promoting regular testing, it feels like we really could end HIV within a generation.

But what does this mean for our community and for our proud history of HIV activism?

Everyone is welcome at this creative workshop with artist and HIV activist Nathaniel Hall where we will envision the future of HIV and our community, and in the spirit of the HIV activism of past, create posters, slogans and strategies to help us finally reach the destination we’ve been working towards for nearly 40 years.

Book your space at https://sws-undetectable.eventbrite.com

Please note that this event is part of LGBT Foundation’s Sex Without Shame programme of events, running from 28th May to 9th June. For the full programme and register your place, visit http://lgbt.foundation/SWS