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Life Growing Up – Part 4: Telling People

Life Growing Up – Part 4: Telling People – “It’s very hard telling people.”

This film, and three more like it, have been created using the true stories of young people with HIV, and performed by actors. What’s it like to find out you have HIV when you are a child? Part 4 – Telling People looks at what can happen when telling friends, or a boyfriend or girlfriend about having HIV. The films aim to raise awareness and understanding of the experiences and needs of young people living with HIV.

Courtesy of the Children’s HIV Association – and follow the link for more help and information.

Life Growing Up – Part 3: Taking Meds

Life Growing Up – Part 3: Taking Meds – “You can change your meds and find the ones that work best for you.”

This film, and three more like it, have been created using the true stories of young people with HIV, and performed by actors. What’s it like to find out you have HIV when you are a child? Part 3 – Taking Meds looks at the medical treatment needed, and the side effects that some of the medication can cause. The films aim to raise awareness and understanding of the experiences and needs of young people living with HIV.

Courtesy of the Children’s HIV Association – and follow the link for more help and information.

Life Growing Up – Part 2: Living in Silence

Life Growing Up – Part 2: Living in Silence – “At school it’s taught as an STD, but that’s not how I got HIV.”

This film, and three more like it, have been created using the true stories of young people with HIV, and performed by actors. What’s it like to find out you have HIV when you are a child? Part 2 – Living in Silence looks at some of the myths about HIV, why people are still made to feel ashamed if they have it, and why they shouldn’t be. The films aim to raise awareness and understanding of the experiences and needs of young people living with HIV.

Courtesy of the Children’s HIV Association – and follow the link for more help and information.

Life Growing Up – Part 1

Life Growing Up – Part 1 – “We don’t need your pity. We just need you to be educated.”

This film, and three more like it, have been created using the true stories of young people with HIV, and performed by actors. What’s it like to find out you have HIV when you are a child? Part 1 looks at the emotional impact, and the prejudice and discrimination that still exists around HIV. The films aim to raise awareness and understanding of the experiences and needs of young people living with HIV.

Courtesy of the Children’s HIV Association – and follow the link for more help and information.

The Secret Lives Of STIs

The Secret Lives Of STIs

A Sexual Health expert lists the top five STIs in the UK at the moment, and exposes how dangerously secretive they can be.

Testing Times

Testing Times

A short drama about a couple who don’t think they need to get tested for HIV, but don’t actually know all of each other’s secrets quite as well as they assume they do.

Inside a GUM Clinic

Inside a GUM Clinic

The camera follows a young girl on a trip to the GUM Clinic, to find out what it is really like, how the tests are conducted and how results are delivered.

STI Trivia

STI Trivia

Random members of the public are quizzed on their knowledge and understanding of the UK’s most common sexually transmitted infections, with remarkably few knowing much about them.

French Letters, British Lovers

French Letters, British Lovers – David Machin condemns the media’s irresponsible attitude towards sex, and its implications. He argues that it is important to empower young people to make healthy choices by changing the way sex is publicised. The current portrayal is going to perpetuate the increasing rise in HIV and AIDS in the UK.

More And More

More And More – An investigation into the worryingly high rise in HIV in UK teens over the last few years.