December 1 is World Love The number of people infected with in Taiwan year is expected to reach the third highest level this year, and AIDS is no longer a matter of turning a blind eye, but a difficult one that many people have to face.The AIDS epidemic is viewed as a "zero add, zero death, zero discrimination" and a long road to equality. Let us look at the stories of the following three AIDS patients. Let us understand and be tolerant. The world will be less alone.

One, he's not a monster, he's a man I've ever loved.

A 50-year-old Hollywood actor Charlie Sheen, a 50-year-old Hollywood actor Charlie Sheen, admitted that he was diagnosed with HIV in November, and that he had been blackmailed for several times, and decided to release himself from the cage.Many rumours pointed out that Charlie's knowledge of AIDS meant that he deliberately didn't tell sex partners. He confessed that he had brought more disaster to him, and that he was the most embarrassing public opinion of the Hollywood blossing in public opinion, and that his past private life had been fully supported.(Extended Read: Private life to be torn from public figures: private outflow is gender violence, not a scandal )

After that, his ex-girlfriend Natalie Kenly) escaped the convoy: "He's not a monster, he's kind and very good at caring for others, and I don't think he's going to risk the other half in the context of his knowledge of the AIDS virus.""

Charlie Hsing stated that his HIV/AIDS identity was to eliminate the majority of the bullying gaps, and perhaps his power was small, but there was always a need to talk about it.Charlie Siming is only one of the one million AIDS victims in the United States. This one million people live almost silently. They are treated as monsters, lest may not be. Yet, they have all been deeply loved.(Recommended reading: Tsai Kang-yung on the loneliness of show business: "I have to work hard to prove that we are not monsters" )

Two, AIDS First Village: Living is more important than reputation

There is a Wenlou village in central China's Henan province, where the cross infection of the blood sold by large scale in more than 20 years was one of the most densely populated areas in mainland China, and people called it the "First AIDS Village."At that time, in the rural areas of China remote and impoverished rural areas, the collection of cheap plasma, one person, one pin, fast cash, and unsafe caused the needle to infect 678 people in the village of 3211 in Wenlou Village.

One resident said, "The reputation of the AIDS First Village is bad, but alive is more important than reputation.""

Now there are more than 100 survivors in Wenlou Village. They have taken over 10 or 20 years of history to limp around their lives. They have been quietly breathing in a corner of China's vast land, and dare not disturb whom they are.No money could go to the big hospital, and in the small clinic in town, no one dared to step into this village. The residents even distressed their children to visit their homes.One villager said to the child, "You can never come back, don't tell your people around you, you are the Wenlou, find a daughter-in-law in the field to live life.""(Recommended reading: Exclusion with love: Without love, we can't be human, OK?")

Our world exists in such a place where doctors are trapped in the countryside, with AIDS stigma, as if they were poor and poor, in the winter of their children, and in exchange for 50 yuan in blood.

Three, unloved orphan: AIDS baby

August this year, many netizens posted a proposal to share the family's care home for more than a thousand AIDS patients. In this month, the minister proposed that the family should move away to solve the psychological panic of the people.The House of Care is a non-profit organization that houses most of the new residents, AIDS babies, and stateless children who have been laid off by their spouse because of pregnancy or illness, and the orphan orphan is rejected by the law.

"Love cannot exist alone, its own meaning is meaningless, love must act, and action is the service."— — Dresher

Not only in Taiwan, there are around 15 million AIDS orphans around the world. On average, one child dies every minute. Less than 5 % of AIDS children can receive medical care.The family of uncaring and loving care for the stigma of AIDS, even if it is so different, many people still have the ability to deal with the AIDS issue and remain in fear and intimidation.Our compulsory health education has never taught us that AIDS is really HIV-AIDS. It only coerced young people away from sex. It was also "sympathetic" rather than "homempathy" to AIDS patients, and then pushed AIDS patients to a more marginalized and vulnerable position.(Recommended reading: Exclusion with "love": Without love, we can't be human, OK?)

AIDS is not just a medical problem, it's a human rights issue.

The world's discrimination and stigma against AIDS is on the list, and the legal system rejects AIDS patients, such as the absence of an AIDS child in the United States and a ban on gay blood donation.AIDS is a disease, not a crime, a complex legal and human rights issue, involving the basic survival of patients in the economy, family, and employment.The way we face AIDS cannot be the "anti-clogging" of medicine, where the survival of AIDS sufflays, and whether the world can create a more friendly space for survival.

HIV infection is already a chronic disease that can be controlled by drugs, no longer in the 20th century, "said Xie Simin, a doctor at the

." People who take drugs regularly can follow your dreams, live healthically, and achieve good results.""

The fear of AIDS has never been morally independent, and we lack the means to accept the relevant knowledge. We have committed AIDS to the crimes of homosexuals, promiscuers, and sins of promiscution.Today, in the 21st century, society can also collectively hunt AIDS patients to the bottom of their human rights.Let morality go to morality, disease, disease, a patient who still enjoys all the basic rights of life. He should laugh, worry, and feel the sun, like you and me.

[AIDS science] Five things you need to know

(Data Source: Association for the Protection of the Rights of Aids )

One, there are three ways to transmit HIV.

(1) Insecure sex is the most dominant means of infection, the exchange of bodily fluids and direct contact with bodily fluids, which are the most important means of infection, and the direct contact of bodily fluids is the key factor.
(2) Blood transfusion, needle sharing and syringe: Enter the blood infected with the AIDS virus, or share needles and syringes with people infected with HIV, and when the virus enters the body directly, the virus will have an opportunity to infect.
(3) mother and child vertical infection: that is, the mother infected with the HIV virus, which is transmitted to the baby during pregnancy, childbirth and breastfeeding, is therefore not the same as the so-called hereditary.

Two, high risk groups do not have specific groups

It is wrong for the general human error to be a high-risk group for homosexuals, sex workers, intravenous drug injectors, and so on, which are HIV-infected.Because anyone engages in dangerous behavior that can cause contagion, that is, it is possible to infect, and not only those groups.Remember, there are only dangerous behaviors, there are no dangerous groups!

Three, Intimate Contact with AIDS

Intimate touch with AIDS patients throughout the security behavior (condoms) can protect a partner from the risk of infection.If the sex partner is the same, then more attention should be paid to the safety behavior, as the virus from two people comes from different strains, or one of them has developed a drug-resistant strain, which is likely to cause cross infection, and is a major blow to the immune system.

you have a clear wound in your hands, you have access to the secretions of the other person's sexual organs or the masturbation, so that you get the chance to get a chance to get infected.The viral concentration of the prostate is no less than the semen, so the skin exposure of the wound may cause infection.As for embracing and holding hands, it will not infect the HIV virus.

4, AIDS friends are also your friends

HIV is not transmitted through air and diet, nor is it transmitted through daily contact, so there is little risk of living or contact with people living with HIV. Meat, shared esophageal, or shared furniture, bath devices without infection, but some things still need to be noted:

(1) Personal supply, such as a toothbrush, a moustache, and so on, remains one-set.
(2) Avoid direct contact with blood and pus of the infected, as well as clothing items contaminated with the blood.
(3) The physiological period used by female infected persons can be packed and discarded.
(4) If the symptoms of infection or infection are to be avoided, please remember that the immunodeficiency of the infected person is low.

Five, if I have AIDS concerns

At present, there are several qualified hospitals and laboratories in the Gulf region providing anonymous screening for blood. If they do not want to let others know that they are screened, they can go to these hospitals for inspection without revealing their basic personal data.

For anonymous screening, anonymous screenings can be found at website , and do not forget that since it is an anonymous screening, there is no need to leave any recognizable information, and to protect your privacy when completing the relevant questionnaire.