Rock the Ribbon for World AIDS Day 2022

Rock the Ribbon for World AIDS Day 2022

What is World AIDS Day? World AIDS Day takes place on 1 December each year. It’s an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV, to show support for people living with HIV, and to commemorate those who have died from an AIDS-related illness....
HIV Prevention High 5!

HIV Prevention High 5!

Here’s our Over The Rainbow Dorset LGBTQ+ handy guide. 1. PrEP HIV Prevention PrEP can be taken if you are HIV-negative to prevent you from acquiring the virus. It is a tablet which needs to be taken before sex. It’s available from your Dorset Sexual...
AIDS is over, if you want it.

AIDS is over, if you want it.

Ending new HIV transmissions in the UK is within our grasp Right now, an HIV-positive person who’s taking their medication can live their full lifespan, entirely without fear of ever developing AIDS, or passing HIV onto anyone else… no matter what they do together....
Bourne Free Pride 2022

Bourne Free Pride 2022

Bournemouth Pride Ask us about sexual health, STI testing and vaccinations, PrEP and HIV prevention, or just come by for a chat! Saturday July 9th in the Park Pop in and see us at the annual Bourne Free celebration in Bournemouth. We’ll be in Meyrick Park in our...
Mpox Virus Facts

Mpox Virus Facts

Mpox – the facts and what to do. What is Mpox? Mpox (MPV) is a viral infection usually associated with travel to West Africa. It is usually a mild self-limiting illness, spread by very close contact with someone with mpox and most people recover within a few...
Maybe it’s Shigella

Maybe it’s Shigella

Have you experienced a bad case of diarrhoea after sex? It could be Shigella. It is often mistaken for food poisoning and is caught from bacteria in poo getting into your mouth during sex, or via unwashed hands. Sexually transmitted shigella is usually seen in men who...