It took Mary 15 years before she could tell her children she’s HIV-positive. “How do you disclose it to those you really love?” said The AIDS Network speaker. “When you’re in a sexual relationship, how are you going to disclose it? It’s so deep and there are so many layers.” She and others expressed alarm at Canada’s HIV non-disclosure law during a panel discussion at Central Library last Thursday (Nov. 29). The film Positive Women: Exposing Injustice was screened at the AIDS Action Halton event, held to recognize World AIDS Day (Dec. 1).
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