New campaign by CDC to encourage open communication about HIV

New campaign by CDC to encourage open communication about HIV

From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention:

After the first smile, that wink, the flirtation — but before the play, and even before the foreplay — something else ought to be on your mind.

Start Talking. Stop HIV., CDC’s national campaign created by and for gay and bisexual men, promotes open communication about HIV prevention among sexual partners and encourages men in all types of relationships to talk about: HIV testing, their HIV status, condom use, and medicines that help prevent and treat HIV.

For conversation starters, click here.

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New campaign by CDC to encourage open communication about HIV

New campaign by CDC to encourage open communication about HIV