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Current legislation only places restrictions on chat rooms that are specifically targeted at children.Legislation is needed regarding the advertising of adult chat rooms and the measures required preventing children from accessing these.We hope you enjoy your experience in this HIV and AIDS Chat Room, and branch out to our HIV and AIDS forums and HIV and AIDS social network.We welcome you here with open arms and hope that you make new friendships that will last; perhaps these new alliances will give you some light during the darker times.In fact, in the United States alone, "Individuals infected [with HIV/AIDS] through heterosexual contact account for 31% of annual new HIV infections and 28% of people living with HIV." These statistics should show you that male, female, child, teenager, adult, homosexual, heterosexual, or bisexual can become victim, and that no matter how you were infected with this disease, you are not alone.Although there are people every day in your corner, it must be hard for you to explain what it's like to live with, "persistent, unexplained fatigue, soaking night sweats, shaking chills and high fevers, or even persistent headaches." Perhaps there are still loved ones who cannot understand how you ended up contracting HIV since you are not in one of the labeled, "high risk," groups, or because this is an informational age.This is a clear indication that better awareness of services could mitigate risks, but ultimately appropriate legislation is required.
Although the world has come a long way since the discovery of HIV and AIDS in 1976 in Norway, or during the early 1980's when HIV and AIDS became known in the United States, there are still so many assumptions, stigmas and judgments that go along with having this now, 100% livable disease.
They cannot understand how that person you loved unwittingly gave it to you, or you simply made a mistake one night.
Healthful Chat is here to offer you this understanding support community of peers for you to meet, greet, share and support with.
The legal status of prostitution varies from country to country, from being legal and considered a profession to being punishable by death. In other places prostitution itself (exchanging sex for money) is legal, but most surrounding activities such as soliciting in a public place, operating a brothel and other forms of pimping are illegal, often making it very difficult to engage in prostitution without breaking any law.
In a few jurisdictions prostitution is legal and regulated.
was developed so that you can share your experiences, successes, tears, laughter and pain with others who can really understand what it's like to live with HIV or AIDS.