HIV prevention is for everyone. When it comes to deciding what actions to take, you have options – for your community, your sexual network, and yourself.
We don’t talk about HIV prevention enough, And when we do, our biases often get in the way. So we launched a campaign that brings communities together to de-stigmatize and normalize a new type of conversation around HIV prevention.
Recognizing that the communities most disproportionately affected by HIV are those who have benefited the least from the advances in HIV prevention, Me in You, You in Me seeks to ensure that all people are aware of the role they play in preventing HIV and to connect them to resources.