In Australia, the largest group of people affected by HIV continues to be gay men and other men who have sex with men.
Some of AFAO's policy work focuses specifically on HIV prevention issues relevant to gay men. Recent policy documents include:
- Making PrEP Available to People at High Risk of HIV Infection
- HIV testing among gay men and other men who have sex with men
- HIV disclosure fact sheet
- Gay men’s sexual health information
- Info about blood donation
- Campaigns and resources - check out the banners and links on this page.
New & updated resources:
HIV+ Gay Sex is a website for gay men living with HIV which provides tips and information about disclosure, safe sex, STIs, relationships, legal rights and obligations, and getting support.
Taking a Look provides information about HIV transmission, prevention, testing and diagnosis as well as how to prevent other sexually transmissible infections.
The Bottom Line is a nation-wide campaign about HPV (human papillomavirus) and anal cancer for gay men and other men who have sex with men.
This page was published on 12 January, 2011
This page was reviewed on 3 November 2015
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