Posted on: September 26, 2019 Posted by: earlenehands Comments: 21

HIV Positive: Seriously, you can’t catch it from kissing – BBC Stories



HIV Positive And Proud is a film about the 20-year-old HIV activist, Mercy Ngulube who busts the common misconceptions about HIV and tell us why she’s Positive, but proud. Attitudes haven’t changed since the 1980s, but Gen Z is trying to change that. .
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We are BBC Stories, a group of journalists making films, long and short, with the younger audience (18-24) in mind. The idea is to tackle issues which concern and impact this group of people. So think about anything from race and identity to mental health, money and much more.

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  1. Nothing is more shamefull than having defficiency in personality.if ppl could see assholes or reject them as they reject ppl with hiv, world could be a better place

  2. My heart breaks for the two beautiful black women who have this virus, yet God ble them to have a full life regardless, may the lord Jesus Christ protect them and allow them to grow and have a wonderful life

  3. I loved watching this short documentary. Reading the many comments below confirms the need to continue to bust misconceptions around HIV. Such a positive, inspiring, human and touching story. Loved the glitter. Hope many more are helped by it to be freed from the ignorance that imprisons them around this issue. I feel a huge sense of pride for all those who appeared in this film.

  4. so you can catch Herpes from a kiss but not HIV ????
    I think it would be more honest if you said the chances of catching HIV from a kiss are extremely low.

  5. I know of many people that were born with the disease or aquire it by no fault of their own. They struggle so much to find acceptance with others and battle depression. Awareness like this really helps a lot of people to accept who they are and know that HIV does NOT define them.
    The comment section is full of dullard, judgemental inbreds that want to remain ignorant on this issue. Shame on you.

  6. Most peoples gums bleed at some point throughout the day in small amounts without them even noticing it even with the best brushing hygiene and do you really want to risk kissing someone with HIV when the saliva that has mixed with that blood has moistened their licked lips a few moments before in nervous anticipation at kissing you…Its real people…this isnt made up…a real risk here at spreading HIV…..but go ahead…whatever

  7. I found this video nice but It almost made it look trendy look at me I have this disease there is nothing wrong with it I had a woman who has this condition living with me people in church pushed her away even to the point I confronted her she said she was going to leave the house I said no way your staying here gave her a cuddle and a kiss but she was the most clean person ever she refused to share cups plates loads of house hold things she was crazy about germs washed fruit every thing jokes aside I think she would wash me but it is hard I am clean so I hope people don't take this like the common cold

  8. Just to be clear, she uses the word "PROUD" because the majority of people who are HIV positive feel "ASHAMED". PROUD here means NOT BEING ASHAMED of who you are.

  9. >Having HIV doesn't mean you'll have AIDS.

    That's not DEDUCTIVE reasoning or a guarantee, luv! Loads of HIV positive people live in denial and refuse to take meds. Seen it with my own eyes.

    True, it's not the death sentence it was but let's not get it twisted – if you leave your HIV unchecked too long … it DOES cause AIDS!

  10. Is it you or YouTube disabling comments on the videos you made about various Muhammadans throwing acid? Is it you or YouTube who dislikes anyone criticizing Islam? Fk Muhammad (piss be upon him)

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