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For people with HIV, a contentious relationship, mix-up or minor legal charge can lead to a long jail sentence, public shaming and sex offender status. Read this if you face charges -- or are considering filing charges.
A new Senate bill will modernize Florida statutes regarding sexually transmitted infections to reflect advances in scientific knowledge and medical treatment, particularly as they concern prevention and treatment of HIV.
"As HIV activists, HIV criminalization is a defining moral issue of our time," SERO Project executive director Sean Strub states. "State statutes throughout the country that prosecute people based solely on their viral status pose a serious threat to...
'We Don't Have to Wait for Other People to Treat Us Better': Taking the Sting Out of Stigma in Prison
"Living in a world so full of prejudice, it can be hard to feel compassion for ourselves and for each other, coming together across our differences to fight for justice," writes JD Davids. "But people do find ways."
A list of groups that can provide health or legal info or connect you with college classes, pen pals and people to help you fight for your rights.
Save the Date! HIV Is Not a Crime II National Training Academy, May 17-20, 2016, Huntsville, Alabama
The national conference, cosponsored by the SERO Project and Positive Women's Network - USA, supports repeal and modernization of laws criminalizing HIV non-disclosure, perceived or potential exposure and transmission.
"Advocacy group The Sero Project hails the move, which makes Iowa the first of 34 U.S. states and territories with 'HIV-specific' criminal laws to repeal its statute."
HIV Criminalization Discourages HIV Testing, Creates Disabling and Uncertain Legal Environment for People With HIV in U.S.
Washington, D.C. -- Preliminary data from the Sero Project's ground-breaking survey of more than two thousand people living with HIV (PLHIV) in the U.S., released July 25, 2012, at the International AIDS Conference in Washington, D.C., reveals HIV cr...
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