Questioning the status quo, and RAISING the standard of HIV prevention in America since 2002.
How did we stop HIV?
Since the mid 1990's we were actively engaged in conversation to communicate our ideas, thoughts and desires. We communicated with words, gestures, symbols and body language.
But, before we took this action we engaged constructively with each other as a community; we understood that we have the DESIRE and are MOTIVATED to continue the process of physically breaking the cycle of new HIV transmissions, thereby successfully stopping new transmissions of HIV regardless of our HIV status and regardless if we
use condoms or not. Published HIV research dating back to 2002 has proven that this social and sexual behavioral change is successful, and accepted. Welcome to POZ4POZ.com, the future of HIV prevention worldwide. HIV-negative? CLICK HERE
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A COMMUNITY DRIVEN empowerment outreach effort, UNITING our nation's HIV-negative and HIV+ MSM young men. Empowerment, Trust, Unity, Testing, Communication, Harm Reduction, Prevention, Making Friends, Belonging and MORE.
A groundbreaking innovative FIRST in American Gay Culture, and a single national HIV Prevention message. (For details) How has Safe Sex Serosorting kept 317.7 million Americans HIV FREE without the intervention of the HIV "experts" and "professionals"?
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A NEW innovative topic is offered each week starting 1/1/2016 (Friday) that will push the limits of common "status quo" thoughts and ideas. Topics that have impacted our LGBTQ culture and prevailed since the mid 1990's. Effective, accepted and tipping the scale of America's HIV Prevention efforts.
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