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PUBLIC SERVICE WARNING! A member of the Legends Hawaii Rock-A-Hula staff has been having unprotected sex with tourists within the backstage wardrobe area. This employee is a transsexual escort and HIV positive! The director Gavin Vinta was alerted to this for the protection of the public and his company. He in turn had charges filed against the whistleblower and granted the criminal employee a raise! -Having unprotected sex with others and not notifying them of it is considered manslaughter in some states and is a criminal act. --Legends Hawaii Rock-A-Hula from this point is a CRIMINAL OPERATION disguised as an innocent show. If you have had sexual relations with anyone within the Legends Rock-A-Hula office, building, or backstage area at the Royal Hawaiian Theater, 2201 Kalakaua Avenue, Building B, 4th Floor please get yourself tested!!!
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People ask what the risk is that they have already contracted HIV. There's no way to reliably estimate what the risk is that a particular individual already has or has not contracted HIV. There are too many variables that play a role and that are difficult or impossible to quantify. In reality, either you have already contracted HIV, or you have not. Speculating won't help you, your partners, or your loved ones. If you think you may have been exposed to HIV or may have any risk factors, you should get tested for HIV. If you have already contracted HIV, you are much better off finding out now and getting early monitoring and treatment that can improve the quality and length of your life than waiting until later. For more information, visit *******www.GlobalLifeworks****/ and *******www.AIDSvideos****/. [Want to help prevent the spread of HIV? Volunteer to translate scripts into other languages! Visit AIDSvideos**** for details.]
4 Apr 2008
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Charlie Johnson, who has been living with HIV for fourteen years, describes the connection between depression and HIV in his life, including: how HIV's effect on the brain contributes to feelings of depression; different ways he has managed his depression; why he tried but stopped using antidepressant medications; and how helping other people has proven to be the most effective way for him to treat his own depression. Charlie is a co-founder of Global Lifeworks. Visit *******www.GlobalLifeworks**** and *******AIDSvideos**** to learn more. [Do you want to help prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS? Are you fluent in a language other than English? Then volunteer to translate a video into another language! Click *******AIDSvideos****/translate.shtml to learn how you can help!!!]
3 Apr 2008
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Charlie Johnson, who has been living with HIV for fourteen years, talks about he fell in love with a woman named Deborah, who is also HIV positive. Charlie and Deborah have since married and are now working to adopt an HIV positive AIDS orphan from South Africa. Charlie is a co-founder of Global Lifeworks. Visit *******www.GlobalLifeworks**** and *******AIDSvideos**** to learn more. [Do you want to help prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS? Are you fluent in a language other than English? Then volunteer to translate a video into another language! Click *******AIDSvideos****/translate.shtml to learn how you can help!!!]
3 Apr 2008
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Cass Mann is one of the world's longest-term HIV-positive diagnosed gay men, now in his third decade of living with HIV, and the founder of UK’s only gay men’s HIV/AIDS charity Positively Healthy, which provides HIV services including education, support, and peer counselling. Here he talks about why HIV is still dangerous, and safer sex is still vital, even in the age of antiretroviral medications (ARV) and highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART). Today, HIV positive people are treated with a combination of multiple drugs. This requires finding a combination that will treat that patient's strain(s) of HIV and that they can tolerate. ARV/HAART can have serious side effects. In many cases, people can't tolerate a drug's side effects, so they can't take that drug. Sometimes, people are unable to take any drugs and die as a result. Many strains of HIV are resistant to one or more drugs. For more information, visit *******www.posh-uk*******/ and *******www.AIDSvideos****/.
8 Apr 2008
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Cass Mann is one of the world's longest-term HIV-positive diagnosed gay men, now in his third decade of living with HIV, and the founder of UK’s only gay men’s HIV/AIDS charity Positively Healthy, which provides HIV services including education, support, and peer counselling. Here he talks about disclosure of HIV status before having sex. If you are HIV positive and want to have sex, you must disclose your HIV status. Do you tell them and risk rejection, or not tell and have your way with them? If an HIV positive person doesn't disclose and doesn't use protection (including for oral sex!), the HIV positive person can be criminally prosecuted in the United Kingdom. It's possible to use DNA sequencing to prove that you contacted HIV from a specific partner. If you're HIV positive, it is your responsibility to disclose and to use a condom every time. If the prospective partner says no, accept it. For more information, visit *******www.posh-uk*******/ and *******www.AIDSvideos****/.
6 Nov 2009
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Cass Mann is one of the world's longest-term HIV-positive diagnosed gay men, now in his third decade of living with HIV, and the founder of UK’s only gay men’s HIV/AIDS charity Positively Healthy, which provides HIV services including education, support, and peer counselling. He feels that ironically, it is often other gay men who most stigmatize gay men. He experiences the deepest discrimination from people in the gay community who want nothing to do with an HIV positive person. Many HIV positive gay men don't want to go to clubs because visible side effects of antiretroviral drugs like lipodystrophy (muscle wasting), lipoatrophy (facial wasting) and the "buffalo hump" (irregular fat deposits in the body) cause them to be singled out and ridiculed. As a result, HIV positive gay men often don't go to lit venues; they go to dark rooms, back rooms, or parks instead. For more information about HIV/AIDS, visit *******www.posh-uk*******/ and *******www.AIDSvideos****/.
8 Apr 2008
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Cass Mann is one of the world's longest-term HIV-positive diagnosed gay men, now in his third decade of living with HIV, and the founder of UK’s only gay men’s HIV/AIDS charity Positively Healthy, which provides HIV services including education, support, and peer counselling. Here he talks about his not-for-profit Positively Healthy. Positively Healthy was formed as the result of the death of one of Cass Mann's closest friends, David Reichenberg. After he died, Cass went into shock and decided he didn't want to see anyone else die like that. Cass got linked up with Simon Martin, who had founded ‘The Journal of Complementary and Alternative Medicine’, and an HIV positive nurse named Dietmar Bolle. They decided to prevent all the deaths from AIDS that they could. The ethos was that Positively Healthy would pay no salaries, own no premises and would be 100% run by its service users. For more information about HIV/AIDS, visit *******www.posh-uk*******/ and *******www.AIDSvideos****/.
8 Apr 2008
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Cass Mann is one of the world's longest-term HIV-positive diagnosed gay men, now in his third decade of living with HIV, and the founder of UK’s only gay men’s HIV/AIDS charity Positively Healthy, which provides HIV services including education, support, and peer counselling. Here he talks about how circuit parties revolve around a lot of drug use and unsafe sex. He recommends reading "Life Outside" by Michelangelo Signorile and "Sexual Ecology" by Gabriel Rotello to understand the issues. A person may come to a circuit party and leave with one or more sexually transmitted infections (STIs) including HIV. For more information, visit *******www.posh-uk*******/ and *******www.AIDSvideos****/.
12 May 2008
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Cass Mann is one of the world's longest-term HIV-positive diagnosed gay men, now in his third decade of living with HIV, and the founder of UK’s only gay men’s HIV/AIDS charity Positively Healthy, which provides HIV services including education, support, and peer counselling. Here he talks about how the Internet is the most radical tool we have today for sex. You can search for people who want to have sex right now in your neighborhood. When people show up, they often don't care about safer sex and don't use condoms unless you specifically request it. For more information, visit *******www.posh-uk*******/ and *******www.AIDSvideos****/.
16 Nov 2009
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Cass Mann is one of the world's longest-term HIV-positive diagnosed gay men, now in his third decade of living with HIV, and the founder of UK’s only gay men’s HIV/AIDS charity Positively Healthy, which provides HIV services including education, support, and peer counselling. Here he talks about how back rooms and dark rooms contribute to the spread of HIV. Back rooms and dark rooms are stand-alone clubs or rooms attached to bars or pubs that have no lighting and where people have anonymous sex with people they can't even see in the dark. When you can't see your partner, you can't make any judgments about your potential partner. You can't tell if they appear healthy or are obviously ill. You can't make an informed choice. Back rooms and dark rooms may be a major venue for HIV transmission today. For more information, visit *******www.posh-uk*******/ and *******www.AIDSvideos****/.
22 Jun 2008
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Halt and begin to reverse the spread of HIV/AIDS and other diseases
24 Apr 2008
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*******endcancer**** *******youtube****/watch?v=XS3mhjt7TrY Bayer Corp. knowingly sold HIV tainted drugs (for hemopheliacs) to other countries in order to make a profit since they could not sell in the USA.
28 Apr 2008
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Danny West is a trainer, coach, and leadership consultant, has been living with HIV for the past 24 years, and remains healthy today. One of the reasons that Danny West is passionate about coaching and HIV prevention education is that he wants to provide a positive role model of a person living with HIV. He lives a happy and fulfilled life and he is determined to challenge discrimination and prejudice and influence equality for people living with HIV. For more information, visit *******www.ryl-training-consultancy******/ and *******www.AIDSvideos****/.
1 Jun 2008
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Danny West is a trainer, coach, and leadership consultant, has been living with HIV for the past 24 years, and remains healthy today. Many countries restrict entry by people who are living with HIV. For example, to travel to the United States, Danny has to get a special visa waiver that declares he has HIV and requests permission to enter the United States. Other countries bar entry completely. Travel restrictions are one more issue that a person must think about when they are considering being tested for HIV and when considering the impact that an HIV diagnosis might have on their lives. For more information, visit *******www.ryl-training-consultancy******/ and *******www.AIDSvideos****/.
10 Nov 2009
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Danny West is a trainer, coach, and leadership consultant, has been living with HIV for the past 24 years, and remains healthy today. One of his roles at RYL Training and Coaching Consultancy is providing people with accurate information about HIV/AIDS. He doesn’t specifically encourage people to take the HIV test, but he helps people to think through the issues involved in making the decision of whether or not to be tested for HIV so they can make an informed choice. Being diagnosed HIV positive has many implications that must be considered before taking the HIV test. There is still much discrimination against people who are living with HIV. In the United Kingdom, it’s difficult to get a job, mortgage, or life insurance if you are HIV positive. It is difficult to travel to certain countries if you are HIV positive. There are many restrictions placed on people with HIV due to fear and ignorance. Danny doesn’t normally give advice, but he encourages people considering the HIV test to get enough information to make an informed decision. Next, think about the impact that an HIV positive test result would have on your life, who you would tell, and how they would react. Isolation is a killer, so think about who would be willing to provide you support if your result is HIV positive. For more information, visit *******www.ryl-training-consultancy******/ and *******www.AIDSvideos****/.
2 Jun 2008
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