“Is the anti-prostitution pledge doing more harm than good for H.I.V. prevention in the world?”, asked the Journal New York Times in The Opinion Pages. To answer, the Journal invited Betania Santos and Laura Murray from DaVida Collective. Both wrote the article “A Figth for Visibility, In Addition to Acess to Health Care”.
Accordting to them, “any action or policy that reinforces stigma around sex work not only contributes to bad health outcomes, but perpetuates bad laws and stigmas against ‘bad sex’”.
Our publication “Myth vs Reality: evaluating the Brazilian response to HIV in 2016” is mentioned by Santos and Murray.
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