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  1. Shin Min Daily News 新明日报 Man molest man! A middle aged man was charged for hiding in a male's toilet and subsequently molesting a 29 year old man. The molested 29yo man was using the toilet at HDB Hub Toa Payoh when he met the molester. The molester not only watched him from the opposite cubicle, and also molested his legs by touching them through the gap below the partition. The 29 year old man was shocked and ran out of the toilet immediately. This molest case occurred in 19 Nov 2004, at around 6:30pm at Toa Payoh HDB Hub. The molester was a 44 year old man named Hong Ya Sai. He is a computer promoter. He was charged this morning in court. Hong Ya Sai was wearing a blue T-Shirt and was medium built. He faced a charge for molestation and another for peeping. He is out on bail of S$12,000. The case will be adjoured to 24 Oct 2005. According to the courts, the molestation happened at the 3rd level toilet of Toa Payoh HDB Hub.
  2. There was an incident recently where I had a small skin "sensitivity" near the private areas. I was deciding whether to ignore it or goto see my family doctor. I decided to see a new doctor for treatment. I registered using a christian name and told the registration that I was a foreign talent and thus do not have a NRIC. The good news is that the doctor told me that it was a common "skin reaction" that had nothing to do with sex. A little cream and a review one week later and I was cured. After that incident, I think that it is good that we should know some PLU friendly medical practitioners. a. We are more comfortable when you speak to them about the medical condition and if necessary the real context of how we may have got it. b. They probably know our concerns and can address it more directly. c. Sometimes you may want to bring your partner along who will need to learn how to take care of you. eg post circumcision care Anyone can recommend PLU friendly doctors. Post or PM me. If required, I can keep the information private. Related : Anyone can recommend PLU friendly lawyers and financial counsultants that can provide professional advise.
  3. hi all, I'm HIV positive, and have abstained from all sex ever since my diagnosis. I know there are other PLHIV (people living with HIV) who have managed to find new or maintain their relationships in spite of their HIV status, but I believe the majority of PLHIV in Singapore remain fearful and hesitant to seek any kind of intimate relationships. This is due to the requirement (by law) to inform our potential sex-partners of our HIV status. This law exists in Singapore, but not in other countries because of U=U (see below). For those who are unaware, after PHLIV start their medication, their viral loads will get to "Undetectable" levels, at which there is zero chance of transmission (Untransmittable). This is U=U (Undetectable = Untransmittable). For a more thorough and accurate description, please google. I've created this poll to get a better understanding of the attitudes to sex with PHLIV in Singapore. Honest answers are the most helpful.
  4. Dear All, We are part of the local Buyer's Club in Singapore. Selling generic versions of HIV medicines for patients living with HIV. These are cheaper than those branded ones sold at local hospital pharmacies. All that is required is a valid prescription for the medicines that the patients' need. Apart from the usual 3 in 1 pill taken once daily of Tenofovir Disoproxil Fumarate 300mg, Emtricitabine 200mg and Efavirenz 600mg, there are other options such as Rilpivirine 25mg, Raltegravir 400mg twice daily and Dolutegravir 50mg. Also, generic Descovy is now available (Tenofovir Alafenamide 25mg, Emtricitabine 200mg). Patients can also look forward to the new 3 in 1 pill that combines Descovy (TAF 25mg, FTC 200mg) with Dolutegravir 50mg. Do discuss this information with your doctor. We (at Buyers Club) provide patients with affordable options that are available and accessible. We hope that by doing this, we can contribute significantly to our Community efforts to bring down HIV infection rates to zero. Do help us spread the word around, especially to those who need it the most. Thank you. Hotspunk WhatsApp +65 97531592
  5. 2 men convicted of molesting male Grab driver on way home after night of drinking Ili Nadhirah Mansor/TODAY Neo Wei Meng (left) and Goh Suet Hong (right) arriving at the State Courts on July 5, 2022. Goh Suet Hong and Neo Wei Meng had contested a charge each of molesting a Grab driver Both men were found guilty of doing so in November 2018 A judge found that the male victim’s evidence was convincing beyond a reasonable doubt LOUISA TANG Published July 5, 2022 Updated July 5, 2022 WhatsAppTelegramFacebookTwitterEmailLinkedIn SINGAPORE — Two men were found guilty on Tuesday (July 5) of molesting a male private-hire driver who was ferrying them home after a night of drinking in 2018. Singaporean Neo Wei Meng, 41, and Malaysian Goh Suet Hong, 40, were convicted after claiming trial to one charge each of outraging the modesty of the Grab driver. The victim, then aged 28, cannot be named due to a court order to protect his identity. Magistrate Hairul Hakkim Kuthibutheen had rejected Goh’s defence that he mistakenly believed the victim had consented, as well as Neo’s denial of having touched the victim at all. Neo was employed as a freelance interior designer at the time, while Goh worked as a hairdresser. They have not been sentenced yet and will return to court on Thursday. READ ALSO Grab driver gets jail, caning for molesting teenage passenger during midnight ride home The two friends had gone out for drinks at a bar along Neil Road on Nov 11 in 2018 before booking a Grab ride to their respective homes. Grab’s computer system then assigned their ride to a driver who picked them up around 1.30am. Both men sat in the rear passenger seats, with Goh directly behind the driver. WHAT HAPPENED The driver testified during the trial that both men told him he was “very cute”. They also asked him: “Do you know God has sent us to pleasure you?”, and said they were both a “woman disguised as a man”. While travelling along Central Expressway (CTE) on the way to Neo’s Hougang home, Goh then began touching the driver's chest and rubbing the driver’s groin over his trousers. The driver told him to stop, but Neo then unzipped the driver's pants and performed a sex act on him. When the driver also told him to stop, Neo persisted and licked his cheek and ear. After some time, they switched their actions despite the victim’s repeated pleas. They stopped only when they spotted a police car. READ ALSO Prosecution files appeal against ex-Grab driver's acquittal for attempted rape of drunk passenger When they got to Neo’s home, Neo alighted and Goh sat in the front passenger seat before the driver took him home. During this leg of the journey to Punggol, Goh then touched the victim’s thigh, kissed his cheek and the side of his lip, and rubbed the other man’s groin over his pants. The victim testified that he also tried to resist this to no avail. Upon reaching the drop-off location, Goh told the driver to enter a multi-storey car park. The victim had already declined Goh’s request to spend more time with him after reaching the destination. Goh then alighted and asked the driver to wait while he relieved himself, but the victim drove away. The mode of payment for the ride was cash but the driver did not collect the fare. The driver called the Grab hotline to report the incident, and was told to lodge a police report. He then did so at Punggol Neighbourhood Police Centre. READ ALSO Jail, caning for former private-hire car driver who molested 3 passengers He also handed over Goh’s belongings that had been left in the vehicle, including a few debit cards, a Malaysian driving licence, iPhone, branded Versace bag and Goh’s National Registration Identity Card. Goh and Neo were arrested that same day. During their trial, they were both represented by Mr Kalaithasan Karuppaya from Regent Law LLC. 'EXTREMELY INCREDIBLE' On Tuesday, Magistrate Hairul found that the victim’s testimony was unusually convincing enough to be the sole basis of convicting both men. In contrast, Goh’s account of what had happened was “extremely incredible”, the judge said. Goh testified that he was asleep during the first part of the journey, but woke up when his friend left. He admitted to moving to the front passenger seat and kissing the victim as well as rubbing his groin. READ ALSO Private-hire driver on trial for molesting two girls, aged 7 and 10, in his car Magistrate Hairul said: “It defies logic that Goh suddenly decides to move to the front seat and be sexually excited all of a sudden.” Goh had also said in his police statement: “I regret doing such acts on him and I was drunk during that time. I thought he was fine with what I did.” The judge noted that Goh gave this statement voluntarily. As for the issue of consent, Magistrate Hairul noted that the victim was “very consistent” in testifying that he had repeatedly asked Goh to stop. “If the victim truly consented to Goh’s sexual actions and as Goh claimed, 'I liked him and he liked me’, there’s no reason why he would suddenly dash away when it was safe for him to do so,” Magistrate Hairul said. The magistrate also rejected Goh’s and Neo’s suggestion that the victim wanted to steal Goh’s belongings, given that the victim had handed all the items over to the police. The judge then addressed the defence’s argument that the victim failed to seek help despite having ample chances to do so. READ ALSO Limo driver who molested music festival goer after giving her a ride gets jail, caning The victim had explained that he continued to drive because he was “terrified” of Goh and Neo, and was worried that his Grab account would be suspended if he terminated the trip prematurely. He had been driving for Grab only for a year and it was his only source of income. He also testified that he feared not being able to pay the daily vehicle rental and not being able to drive when his account was deactivated. Magistrate Hairul agreed with a higher court’s decision in another case that victims’ behaviour “cannot be straitjacketed in that they must act and react in a certain manner”. The magistrate added: “He was very consistent with his evidence and did not waver despite vigorous cross-examination. All in all, I find (his) details of the assault to be unusually convincing because it does contain a ring of truth that leaves me with no reasonable doubt.” Following the conviction, Deputy Public Prosecutor David Menon sought nine to 10 months' jail for Goh, and 14 to 15 months' jail and three strokes of the cane for Neo. He pointed to aggravating factors such as the victim being a public transport worker and being trapped in an enclosed space where he could not take evasive action. The prosecutor argued that because the victim was driving, Goh and Neo had taken advantage of his vulnerability and distracted him, which posed a safety hazard to the victim and other road users. Both accused persons were also voluntarily intoxicated. Mr Karuppaya did not make submissions for a particular sentence, merely saying that he asked for leniency for his clients and that it would “leave a very bad mark on their lives in the future”. The defence counsel also stated that the two men did not specifically get drunk to molest the victim. Those convicted of molestation can be jailed for up to two years, fined, caned, or punished with any combination of the three.
  6. PrEP available in Cyberjaya, in Klinik Familink. Need to do screening first. Lower price compared to other places. RM150/bottle Got anonymous HIV screening also.
  7. A list of non-comprehensive helplines in Singapore: General Samaritans of Singapore (SOS): For anybody in crisis and persons with suicidal tendencies. Tel: 1800-221 4444 Opening Hours: 24 hours Oogachaga Hotline: Helpline for gay, bisexual, and transgendered men on sexuality and relationship matters, as well as advice and resources on safer sex and HIV/STI related issues. Tel: 6226 2002Opening Hours: Tuesdays - Thursdays: 7pm - 10pm and Saturdays: 2pm - 6pm (except on public holidays) Oogachaga is an anonymous hotline manned by LGBT professionals and all calls are strictly confidential. Our volunteers are trained to listen to you. You can also go to our website to find out more about us. Oogachaga email counselling at http://www.oogachaga.com/care Family Centre for Promoting Alternatives to Violence (PAVe): For families facing violence in need of counselling and support servicesTel: 6555 0390 Opening Hours: Mon to Fri: 9am – 6pm and Wed: 9am – 9.30pm Child Protection and Welfare Services (MCYS): Reporting of Child AbuseTel: 1800-258 6378 / 1800-7770000Opening Hours: Mon–Fri 8.30am – 5pm and Sat 8.30am – 1pm Elderly SAGE Helpline for Seniors: For anyone 50 years and above or anyone who has a concern or question regarding someone 50 years and aboveTel: 1800-555 5555 Opening Hours: Mon to Fri: 9am – 7pm and Sat: 9am – 1pm Lions Befrienders: Information, referral and befriender services for the elderly. Tel: 1800-375 8600 Opening Hours: Mon to Fri: 9am – 6pm Health & Disability Singapore Association for Mental Health (SAMH) Helpline: For people who have psychological, psychiatric or social problems and others who need information for such persons Tel: 1800-283 7019 Opening Hours: Mon-Fri: 9am – 6pm Action for AIDS Helpline: For those enquiring information and counselling services on all aspects of AIDSTel: 6254 0212 Opening Hours: Mon-Fri: 10am – 5.30pm Singapore Cancer Society: For those needing information related to cancerTel: 6221 9578 Opening Hours: Mon-Fri: 8.30am – 6pm Centre For Enabled Living (CEL): First-stop centre for users of eldercare and disability services, and their caregivers.Tel: 1800-8585 885 Opening Hours: Mon-Fri: 8.30am – 6pm and Saturday: 8:30am – 12:30pm (except on public holidays) Financial Assistance Comcare Hotline: Connect with Family Service Centres or other helping agency Tel: 1800-222 0000Opening Hours: 24 hours Credit Counselling: For consumers seeking help for serious debt problems.Tel: 1800-CALL-CCS (1800-2255 227) Opening Hours: Monday - Friday: 9am – 6pm More Information: http://www.ccs.org.sg/link.php Legal Aid Legal Aid Bureau: For low-income persons requiring legal assistance Tel: 1800-325 1424 Opening Hours: Mon-Fri: 8.30am – 12.30pm, 2.00pm – 5.00pm and Sat: 8.30am – 12.30pm Singapore Association of Women Lawyers: For members of public requiring free legal counselling. Appointments must be made directly with the community centres where the legal clinics are conducted.Tel: 6334 6809 Opening Hours: Mon-Sun: 9.00am – 8.00pm except public holidays Safra: By appointment and for SAFRA members only. Tel: 6377 9880 Opening Hours: Every 2nd Thursday of the month, 7pm to 9pm Community Centre: By appointment only. Please call your nearest Community Centre (www.pa.gov.sg) for information. More Information: http://legalclinics.sg/ Addiction / Substance Abuse Alcoholics Anonymous: For those who are alcohol-dependent and their families Tel: 6475 0890 Opening Hours: 24 hours National Addictions Management Service (NAMS): For individuals with various addictions, including substance behavioral addictionsTel: 6-RECOVER (6-7326837) Opening Hours: Monday – Thursday: 8.30am – 6.00pm, Friday: 8.30am – 5.30pm, Saturday: 8.30am – 12.30pm Singapore Anti-Narcotics Association (SANA): For drug-abusers, their families and the general publicTel: 1800-733 444 Opening Hours: Monday – Friday: 8.30am – 6pm WE CARE Centre: For individuals and families who need help with addictions Tel: 6471 5346 Opening Hours: Mon – Fri: 8.30am – 9.00pm and Sat: 10.00am – 8.00pm Gambling National Addictions Management Service (NAMS), Institute of Mental Health (IMH): For those with a gambling problem or know someone who does Tel: 1800-X-GAMBLE (1800-9 426253) / 1800-6-668-668 Opening Hours: Mon to Fri: 8.30am – 6.00pm ================= APPLY FOR CASINO EXCLUSIONS Self Exclusion: http://ces.ncpg.org....t&access=publicSelf Exclusion (Foreigners): http://www.knowtheli..._Foreigners.pdfFamily Exclusion: Call 1800-6-668-668 LEGAL & FINANCIAL ADVISORY SERVICES: The following FSCs have trained counsellors on hand to provide basic legal and financial advisory services for those facing problems such as financial difficulties, marriage issues and property related issues. Ang Mo Kio Family Service CentresAng Mo Kio Branch: Blk 230 Ang Mo Kio Ave 3 #01-1264 S(560230) Tel: 6453 5349Cheng San Branch: Blk 445 Ang Mo Kio Ave 10 #01-1627 S(560445) Tel : 6454 6678Sengkang Branch: Blk 223D Compassvale Walk #01-673 S(544223) Tel : 6312 8100 Hougang Sheng Hong Family Service CentreBlk 237 Hougang St 21, #01-406, S(530237) Tel: 6289 5022 Thye Hua Kwan Problem Gambling Recovery Centre133 New Bridge Road, Chinatown Point, #04-05 S(059413) Tel: 65382406 ================= Here are some other helplines that you want to call if you wish to talk to someone about your feelings. Other Helpline (Straight) > Samaritans of Singapore (a 24 hr suicide prevention hotline) 1800-221 4444 > SAGE Helpline (For elderly people over 50 years old and care-givers of the elderly) 1800-555-5555 (9:00am - 5:00pm Mon-Fri and 9:00am - 1:00pm Sat) >Care Corner Family Service Centre 1800-222-0000/1800-353-5800 (Chinese Speaking) > Singapore Association for Mental Health Hotline 1800-283-7019 > Family Service Centres 1800-838-0100 > Touchline (Touch Youth Service) 1800-377-2252 ================= Sexual Health Sexual Health Counselors at DSC If you need to talk to someone about sexual health, our friendly counselors are always ready to assist and they are reachable, call DSC Clinic 1800 252 1324. To visit DSC for a testing or screening, simply call our appointment hotline at 6293 9648. More info at DSC Website. ================= Last update : 28th April 2013
  8. Dear All: We are proud to partner with Oogachaga to publicize their newest website, Precious SG via our community banner. https://www.sgprecious.life/ It's a one-stop information portal for mature LGBTQ+ people age 50 & above, especially gay & bisexual men, & other men who have sex with men, to find out more about HIV, and lots of useful tips on living with HIV as an older person. It's specially developed for people living with HIV (PLHIV) who are older gay & bisexual men, & also transgender people. The resources are currently in English & Chinese, & there are plans to translate into Malay & Tamil. (should you know of anyone that can help with the Malay/ Tamil translation, do reach out to them.) Oogachaga mentioned that it's the only online resource of its kind in Singapore! Oogachaga is a community-based, non-profit professional organization working with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, queer & gender-diverse (LGBTQ+) individuals, couples & families in Singapore since 1999. You can contact them at: · CARE Email counselling: https://oogachaga.com/email-counselling · WhatsApp counselling: 8592-0609 (Sat: 2pm - 5pm, Tue - Thu: 7pm - 10pm) · Professional counselling: counselling@oogachaga.com However, if you need to talk to someone urgently because you're in emotional crisis, feeling suicidal or affected by suicide, please consider: · Samaritans of Singapore (SOS) 24hr suicide prevention hotline: 1-767 (1-SOS)
  9. a friend of mine is infected with syphillis and hes so scared and worried abt the pain of getting the intramuscular injection. can someone share or advise that syphillis oral antibiotic treatment is effective enough to get rid of it? thanks
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    Tan Yong Jian and Ho Yong Jian. Both Forever Jian! Such stupid, grotesque names! Pray tell what nationality are they? I suspect they are both.... Ho Yong Jian is the best name for a whore!!! Lol
  11. Quit posting links with no original words from yourself telling us what's in those links. It's extremely annoying and I will NEVER click any link with no explanation of what's inside. Either become a more considerate poster or just completely stop posting. Schwachsinniger verdammt scheisskopf. And don't just type useless rubbish phrases like ... "this is so violent" ... inform the readers what the link is actually about.
  12. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd9yKRu2h8DyNnLbA4rj6FXjAnYiJbutygV9bkxkkQKAryXWg/viewform Upon completing this survey we will send a free test coupon to your email address, you can use it to redeem a HIV (Gen 4) and Syphilis test at our Anonymous Testing Service. SP Project: Gay Men's Health Survey
  13. Hello Everyone! We are a group of PrEP activists based in Europe and Asia who started a site called PrEP Online to make access to PrEP more convenient and affordable for people around the world. For those of you who don’t know, PrEP is a pill approved by the World Health Organization that you can take daily to reduce the risk of contracting HIV by up to 99%. We believe that PrEP is a game-changing drug and an important weapon in the fight against HIV. Our goal is to help spread awareness and make access to PrEP more convenient and affordable to people worldwide. We work directly with US FDA-approved manufacturers of generic PrEP to supply it at a low cost - you can get a month’s supply from just $27 on our site, with shipping to your doorstep included. Our shipping and packaging is absolutely discreet for those of you who are concerned. Order PrEP: https://getpreponline.com/shop/ Learn more about PrEP: https://getpreponline.com/prep-info/ Feel free to get in touch if you have any questions! PrEP Online Team
  14. Is it ok for HIV positive person to continue having sex and bjs in local spas, saunas and clubs? That person knew he is HIV positive yet he did not mentioned anything abt it and continue til now having sex and bjs with strangers he met online and in spa, saunas and clubs.
  15. Hi guys, I'm planning to buy preps from Pulse clinic. (Will get proper prescription from doc) I saw the options that they offer 6 bottles max, but is there a law in Singapore that controls how many we can buy each time? Scare my stuff stuck at custom lol. First time buying so don't know the rules. Please advice.
  16. Not able to verify the authenticity as this seems to be the only media outlet with the report. MOH didn't seem to have a statement on this that I could find. https://mothership.sg/2020/09/hiv-art-medication-subsidised/ For the first time in Singapore's history, HIV medications have been added to the Ministry of Health's list of subsidised drugs. HIV medications, known as Anti-Retroviral Therapy (ART), found on the list, includes but are not limited to Abacavir & Lamivudine (commonly sold under the brand name Kivexa) and Abacavir, Dolutegravir & Lamivudine (commonly sold under the brand name Triumeq). Both Kivexa and Triumeq are covered on the Standard Drug List, which is the list of subsidised drugs in Singapore. Triumeq, which previously cost around S$580 would now cost S$290 at NUH. Other HIV medication are also available at subsidised prices via the Medication Assistance Fund (MAF). Reactions to subsidy "I am grateful for this move by MOH to include HIV medications in the subsidised drugs list. Just like how HIV is a manageable condition, the price for medication should be as manageable. Now I can save up more for my future!", said 24-year-old Calvin, an HIV advocate who also lives with HIV. HIV non-governmental organisation Action for AIDS, Singapore (AFA) said that it was "particularly heartened" by this move: Reduce viral load People living with HIV can reduce their viral load to undetectable levels if they take their medication regularly and have regular medical follow-up. Research has also shown that having undetectable levels of viral load negates the possibility of virus transmission. Roy Chan, President of AFA added that making ART affordable and accessible will improve the prognosis of people living with HIV and will also lead to better HIV prevention and control in the country. Mothership has reached out to the Ministry of Health to regarding adding ARTs to the list.
  17. We hope that everyone is keeping well during this time. As part of our continued outreach efforts to keep connected with the community, Gayhealth is working together with The Greenhouse SG to present an upcoming webinar on “Substance use and chemsex in the community”. It is no secret that chemsex is becoming common place in our community. A glance on any gay dating app these days and you can easily find several guys who are into or looking for “chill”. There is an urgent need to understand the issues around chemsex and its implications on health. This webinar hopes to address the burning questions on substance use and chemsex in the community, as well as discuss how you can stay safe. We hope to provide insights to how substance use can be managed and share on community resources available to help those in need. Joining us on this webinar are: 1) Alaric Tan, Founder and Executive Director of The Greenhouse 2) Rayner Tan, Head of research at The Greenhouse and a PhD candidate at the Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health, NUS Register to attend here: https://tinyurl.com/ghsgwebinar4
  18. We hope that everyone is keeping well during this time. As part of our continued outreach efforts to keep connected with the community, Gayhealth is working together with The Greenhouse SG to present an upcoming webinar on “Substance use and chemsex in the community”. It is no secret that chemsex is becoming common place in our community. A glance on any gay dating app these days and you can easily find several guys who are into or looking for “chill”. There is an urgent need to understand the issues around chemsex and its implications on health. This webinar hopes to address the burning questions on substance use and chemsex in the community, as well as discuss how you can stay safe. We hope to provide insights to how substance use can be managed and share on community resources available to help those in need. Joining us on this webinar are: 1) Alaric Tan, Founder and Executive Director of The Greenhouse 2) Rayner Tan, Head of research at The Greenhouse and a PhD candidate at the Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health, NUS Register to attend here: https://tinyurl.com/ghsgwebinar4
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    We hope that everyone is keeping well during this time. As we are not able to hold our usual workshops, the Gayhealth team will be presenting a series of webinars as part of our continued outreach efforts to keep connected with the community. We will be hosting a webinar once a month, from April to June on Zoom and will be joined by specialist speakers in the respective topics. Kicking off the series on 25th of April (Saturday) at 11am, is a presentation on “Common STIs affecting GBQ Men and PrEP use”. Since you are are doing your part by staying home, why not join us online! Register to attend here: https://tinyurl.com/ghsgwebinar
  20. We hope that everyone is keeping well during this time. As we are not able to hold our usual workshops, the Gayhealth team will be presenting a series of webinars as part of our continued outreach efforts to keep connected with the community. We will be hosting a webinar once a month, from April to June on Zoom and will be joined by specialist speakers in the respective topics. Kicking off the series on 25th of April (Saturday) at 11am, is a presentation on “Common STIs affecting GBQ Men and PrEP use”. Since you are are doing your part by staying home, why not join us online! Register to attend here: https://tinyurl.com/ghsgwebinar
  21. Hi All, Thanks for all those enquiries. Keep them coming in. Many guys are now on PreP and taking it as an additional precaution to preventing HIV. PEP is also available for those who think they have been exposed to HIV. But its efficacy is a window period of 72 hours and less. For those who are co-infected with Hepatitis C, there are now generic versions of Sofosbuvir, Ledipasvir and Daclatasvir. These are now much more affordable. Do talk with your doctors and/or healthcare professionals about it. Generics are cost saving drugs, that can stretch your dollar and go a long way. Best wishes and stay safe, Hotspunk +6597531592
  22. The recent death of former US president George W. Bush is burying the US under an avalanche of eulogizing of the famous man. Here is an article that is a little less flattery of the man, who held back on an adequate response to the AIDS epidemic. https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/opinion-george-hw-bush-lgbtq_us_5c0366ffe4b0606a15b5efa7 The Media Is Erasing George H.W. Bush’s Catastrophic Harm To LGBTQ People It’s no surprise that after the death of former president George H.W. Bush we’re seeing media pundits, advocates and popular historians promote a rosy view of his tenure as president. In the era of Donald Trump, there’s a tendency to portray every Republican leader of the past in a nostalgic, sugar-coated way. The first thing that caught my eye was a report on CNN’s website that included a tweet from the president of Covenant House, a charity that runs shelters across the U.S. for homeless youth and which has a historical connection to the Catholic Church. The tweet included photos of the former president and the late first lady Barbara Bush hugging children, implying that Bush was an important advocate for people with AIDS. Perhaps that was what Bush “believed,” but it was far from the truth. Bush was as captive to the evangelical right on social issues — and thus a decidedly Republican president — as was his predecessor, Ronald Reagan, who cultivated religious conservatives as a potent political force and bowed to their anti-LGBTQ agenda as the AIDS epidemic mushroomed in the 1980s. Reagan’s history of callously ignoring the epidemic while thousands died is well-documented. Bush, at the outset of his term, promised a “kinder, gentler” presidency than the man he’d served under as vice president. He even gave a speech on the AIDS epidemic in 1990, which was long on compassion but short on strategy and commitment to funding. During the speech, in fact, Urvashi Vaid, an invited guest and then the executive director of the prominent National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, now the National LGBTQ Task Force, took the unprecedented and heroic act of standing up and holding a sign, “Talk Is Cheap. AIDS Funding Is Not.” Bush, in the end, bowed to the same extremists Reagan did when it came to AIDS and LGBTQ rights. As The Washington Post noted, Bush allowed evangelicals to mature as a movement within the GOP after Reagan brought them in, rather than pushing back.
  23. Pretty useful guide for where to get PrEP in Bangkok! https://dearstraightpeople.com/2019/11/30/prep-guide-bangkok/
  24. What we choose to do or to be affects how we are seen by potential partners – whether we are sticky like yogurt or sexy like chocolate-dipped cherry. What should you do to find the guy you want? This workshop is for anyone who is finding Mr Right or want to be Mr Right.Food is provided!Contact us at pinkcarpet@gayhealth.sgDISCLAIMER: Our workshop aims to educate the GBQ(Gay, Bi, Questioning) community on sexual health and our topics will contain activities that may be provocative. If you are sensitive to such content, please reconsider from signing up. Sign up here: https://tinyurl.com/bakendate
  25. Pink Carpet Y (PCY) is gayhealth.sg’s new resource centre for young Gay, Bisexual, Queer or Questioning (GBQ) men below the age of 25. This is a peer-led programme that is run by young GBQ men just like yourself. As a resource centre, you can access the following services: · Drop-In Centre · Life Skills workshops · Social Gatherings · Peer Counselling · Free HIV Testing The drop-in centre provides a safe space and opportunities for you to make new friends through games, theatres, movies and quizzes. You can access free HIV and Syphilis testing after each drop-in session. For more information, please visit our website at https://www.gayhealth.sg/community/pcy/
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