But you know if you're going to see him more, then you have to be honest and say.
But there isn't a rule about how long after you've met someone that you have to tell them.
I was just trying to tell her because I wanted to have some sex and now she went and exposed my status.
For many people HIV disclosure is not an event or a one-time conversation.
It is a process that takes time and constant communication.
Thus, the crucial question of motive is confounded by mixing charges against casual and long-term partners.”Participants at the UNAIDS technical consultation noted that although all people have an ethical obligation not to cause harm, “a blanket rule of mandatory disclosure of HIV infection would fall most heavily upon those whose circumstances make disclosure difficult or impossible (which would likely be women disproportionately).” Consequently, there was consensus that "where there are reasonable fears of violence or abuse related to HIV disclosure or use of HIV prevention methods, the law must not expose people to criminal liability under these conditions.
Participants emphasised that those responsible for developing policy and law must take barriers to disclosure (and to taking precautions) into account and develop strategies for overcoming them.”Since HIV is a highly stigmatised condition, WHO and UNAIDS support a human rights approach by encouraging “beneficial disclosure” of HIV status.
The penalty for the first offence is 10,000 Rupees, but if the behaviour is not corrected within one year, the penalty can increase to between three months and one year in prison, and a larger fine.
The Bill includes an exception clause that recognises barriers to disclosure and unequal responsibility for HIV prevention within sexual relationships: “There shall be no duty to prevent transmission, particularly in the case of women, where there is a reasonable apprehension that the measures and precautions may result in violence, abandonment or actions which may have a severe negative effect on the physical or mental health and safety of the HIV-positive person, their children or someone who is close to them.” RSS Feed A writer and advocate on a range of HIV-related issues, Edwin has a particular specialism in HIV and the criminal law.
I’d been openly taking my pills in front of this guy I’d been seeing for weeks. When I said I was off to my HIV doctor that afternoon it suddenly became apparent that this was not the case.
He thought it was not polite to ask what the pills were for... (Gay man, Australia, 2005) In a 2003 book examining disclosure amongst a wide range of HIV-positive people in the United States, Klitzman and Bayer include the example of an HIV-positive man who told his HIV-negative female partner that he expected to have a shorter lifespan, without explaining why.
What would a gay slut-shaming story be without making reference to HIV – 'that inevitably fatal immune disease,' as my grandmother once referred to it in one of her longer emails to me about my sexuality?