World AIDS Day is the time of year to focus on how far we've come in the fight against HIV/AIDS, but also a time to see where we must go next. When it comes to this fight, it's an "all hands on deck" mission, and we need more people to join. An easy way to get started is to let other people know more about HIV and World AIDS Day on social outlets. TheBody.com has prepared a host of social content that is great for sharing, and we invite you to share and add your own.
Chat With Us About the Cure on Dec. 2
Don't miss our Twitter chat tomorrow, Dec. 2, at 2 p.m. Eastern Time -- we're talking all about the search for a cure to HIV. Tune in by following @TheBodyDotCom and using the hashtag #BodyChat.
Red Reminds Me
The red ribbon is a symbol for HIV/AIDS awareness, and the color red inspires us. What does the color red mean to you, and why does it remind you of HIV? #RedRemindsMe is a photo contest that aims to fight stigma with positive and inspirational visuals. Together, we can paint the Web red!
How Much Do You Really Know About HIV/AIDS?
Test your knowledge of all things related to HIV in our updated World AIDS Day 2014 quiz! Share your results with friends on Facebook and Twitter and see who knows the most!
More Ways to Get Involved in World AIDS Day 2014