How can I address people who are close-minded and start to talk about how they think that an HIV positive person (detectable or undetectable) is dangerous?

Scientific evidence has confirmed that most people with HIV who take antiretroviral treatment (ART) as prescribed can suppress the HIV virus in their body. When an HIV positive person maintains an undetectable level of HIV through medical care and medication, they cannot transmit HIV to someone else sexually, with or without the use of a condom.
Close-mindedness like you describe is a form of HIV stigma. Stigma is defined as negative attitudes … Read Full Answer

I've never had sores "down there" before and I  started seeing a new person in the last couple months and now all of a sudden I do. Is it safe to say my new partner may have infected me?

Before we get into it, just remember that without seeing a clinician about the sores that you have now, we don’t know what it is.  Other sexually transmitted infections (STIs) could cause similar sores.  But it’s great to hear that you’ve been tested … Read Full Answer