I pledge to Live HIV Neutral; to challenge stigma if I experience, see or hear it, and to be an advocate for people with and affected by HIV.—John Carchrie Campbell
What does living HIV neutral mean?
To live HIV neutral is to be informed and stigma-free in all that we say and do. It is both a state of mind and a way of behaving that ensure people stay informed of the evolving truth about HIV, irrespective of their HIV status. It enables informed decision-making about our social and sexual health. And it enables everyone to be advocates who challenge HIV stigma.
Pay It Forward
Once you have taken The Pledge, share it with at least two others, but ideally ask everyone you know to take the Live HIV Neutral Pledge.