It means the willingness to accept other people’s characteristics and beliefs even if they do not match your own.
HIV is not transmitted through hugs, smiles, joy, and supportive behavior. Do not deprive yourself of the privilege to communicate with interesting people because of their HIV-positive status.
Negative attitude toward HIV-positive people, their exclusion from society, and violations of their rights result in a significant deterioration of the general HIV/AIDS situation
Intolerance can cause the following:
People believe that the problem of HIV/AIDS is
not their concern as they are
not a part of the high-risk groups
People do not want
to go through HIV testing
because they do not consider
their behavior risky
are afraid and reluctant
to seek qualified
People living with HIV feel inferior,
suffer from a sense of helplessness,
despair and depression ...
Knowledge of ways HIV is transmitted effectively reduces negative attitudes toward HIV-positive people:
Do You Feel Protected?
What Are the Chances of Getting HIV in Your Everyday Life?
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