How much do you know about HIV? A common misconception is that HIV only affects homosexual people, but anyone - regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression or other factors - can get HIV, and statistics show that diagnoses in heterosexual people are higher than those in gay and bisexual people for the first time in 10 years.
At iPlaySafe App, we love to break down the barriers and smash the taboos of talking about sexual health, so we’ve spent National HIV Testing Week (7th-13th February) spreading awareness of HIV and discussing the ways you can prevent it, simply with open conversations and regular testing!
We teamed up with HIV+ activist Jay Hawkridge and Feed Me Female to hit the streets of London and find out how much the public really know about testing for HIV.
Jay+ joined the iPlaySafe team and Feed Me Female for this incredibly open and honest interview where we talk about HIV diagnosis, treatment, and prevention.
Jay+ discusses the importance of knowing your status.
Order your home teSTIng kit through the iPlaySafe app, track your results, and share your status. Let’s give HIV the finger - a finger-prick test is all it takes!