In the age of HIV and AIDS, everyone should know about safer sex.
Anyone can be infected, regardless of sexual orientation, gender, age, race, or economic class. While the incidence of AIDS is much higher in some populations than others, it is not who you are that can give you AIDS but what you do.
Just Say Yes means having a positive attitude about sexuality – gay, straight or bi. It means saying “yes!” to sex you do want, and “no!” to sex you don’t. It means there’s nothing wrong if you decide to have sex, and nothing wrong if you decide not to. You have the right to make your own choices, and to have people respect them.
Safer sex information is freely available from the Coffee Lounge at Bodyline or to find out more, use one of the links below.
Providing people with an up to date report on the prevention, treatment, government issues and ways to help support people who are dealing with HIV/AIDS.
ACON’s purpose is to bring the AIDS crisis to an end, by empowering all affected by the epidemic, and achieving self determination for people with HIV/AIDS.
Anti-Discrimination Board of NSW
As well as dealing with complaints of unfair treatment, prevents discrimination by educating people about what the local laws say and why they are important.
Australian Human Rights Commission
Federal legislation in human rights, anti-discrimination, social justice and privacy. Includes complaint-handling, public inquiries, education and training.