HIV/AIDS Prevention & Education Web Sites for Young People
Pos or Not? (Regularly Updated)
To prove that it's impossible to tell who has HIV, this Internet game invites you to look at photos and short profiles of a wide range of people and guess whether they have HIV.
In Kaiser Daily HIV/AIDS Report, from Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation
Advocates for Youth (Regularly Updated)
Created by and for HIV-positive youth and peer educators. Offers sexual and mental health information, community support, opportunities for advocacy, resources, referrals and online peer education.
Go Ask Alice! (Regularly Updated)
Alice answers questions about relationships, sexuality and health.
From Columbia University
Sexuality and U (Regularly Updated)
Offers information to help young people develop and maintain a healthy sexuality. Also available in Français.
From Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists of Canada
Staying Alive (Regularly Updated)
An international campaign which promotes HIV prevention and encourages people to fight HIV-related discrimination. Web site available in 10 languages, including Spanish and KiSwahili.
Teen Advice Online (Regularly Updated)
Deals with an array of questions about sexual and mental health issues and includes personal stories from teens.
TeenAIDS (Regularly Updated)
Includes a teen advice column, online Q&A with a doctor and an HIV medical blog.
Voices of Youth (Regularly Updated)
Here young people can explore issues related to human rights and social change. The HIV page includes brain teasers, photo journals and personal stories.
Who's Positive (Regularly Updated)
A team of HIV-positive young people who bring prevention education to high schools and colleges across the United States.
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