07: Protecting my Partner, 09: Sex When Living with HIV, 16: Women and HIV

Can people living with HIV have kids?

Yes! Women with HIV can have babies, and men with HIV can get women pregnant. The biggest challenge is preventing a pregnant mom from passing HIV to her baby. Fortunately, modern anti-retroviral drugs can substantially […]

07: Protecting my Partner, 09: Sex When Living with HIV

How to use a condom

A condom isn’t complicated. You just unroll one over the penis before sex and take it back off when you’re done, right? OK, there’s more to it than that. There’s a little bit of technique […]

09: Sex When Living with HIV

What is PrEP?

If you think you might be at risk of becoming infected with HIV — but you’re not infected already — you really need to know about PrEP. PrEP is the once-daily use of the medicine […]

08: Peer Support, 09: Sex When Living with HIV

Video: Jen's condom closet

Jen's condom closet Ssssshhhh! Quiet. Did you know that MetroHealth has a closet full of free condoms?! Jen can show you around — and show you her woody 😉 😂 We are sneaking into Jen's […]

02: Everyday Advice for Living with HIV, 07: Protecting my Partner, 09: Sex When Living with HIV

Video: Three cheers for PrEP!

Reduce your risk of contracting HIV with PrEP. Pre-exposure prophylaxis (or PrEP) is approved for daily use to help prevent an HIV-negative person from getting HIV from a sexual or injection-drug-using partner who’s positive. Studies […]

02: Everyday Advice for Living with HIV, 07: Protecting my Partner, 09: Sex When Living with HIV

Can I only have sex with other HIV-positive people?

Being HIV-positive doesn’t mean you can’t have sex. Once you know you have HIV, you know you don’t want to give it to somebody else. Yes, HIV is usually transmitted through sexual activity, so it’s […]