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HIV Advocates bare all on World AIDS Day

HIV Advocates bare all on World AIDS Day

Every one can be an HIV/AIDS awareness advocate. That’s what these advocates, all real everyday people want to say.

HIV/AIDS has nothing to do with sexual orientation or gender — straight, gay, lesbian, bi-sexual or transgender — your life be touched by HIV/AIDS. You may have a friend who is living with HIV, lost a loved one to AIDS or are living with HIV yourself.
Wearing nothing but the AIDS ribbon, the universally recognized icon of support and empathy for HIV/AIDS, these advocates bared their all and shared their stories as a testament that everyone can do their part to keep the promise and stop AIDS.

You can read the article here, and you can see more photos and hear more stories at my website.

Editor’s Note: We’d like to thank Ana so much for joining us as a guest blogger. She’s taken us new and exciting places, and brought a unique combination of allure and advocacy to World AIDS Day. We hope she’ll drop in now and then with updates on her projects and adventures!