Gay men may confront multiple layers of stigmatisation and discrimination based on their sexuality, behaviour and their HIV status from other HIV-negative and HIV-positive gay men. I, Pierre Seel, Deported Homosexual: HIV testing in men who have sex with men: In Dutch with parallel text in English. Christopher and His Kind.
Changes in body shape and other physical characteristics that can occur due to HIV or its treatment are typically regarded as unattractive and a reminder of a person's HIV-positive status.
Cristiano tops with Dutch gays
Reviews the history of the Nazi persecution of gays and lesbians. The Nazi Extermination of Homosexuals. Includes testimonies from two gay survivors of the Holocaust. The outbreak of World War II meant setbacks as Nazi occupation led to the oppression of homosexuality in the Netherlands. Tells the story of a love affair between two women, a half-Jewish journalist and member of the Dutch resistance and a reserved secretary, whose romance is overshadowed by the outbreak of war and the Nazi occupation of Amsterdam.
Traces the rise of National Socialism and its impact on homosexuals in Germany, particularly the way in which Nazi racial science was used to classify gay men as a threat to the state. Traces the Nazi persecution of homosexuals. Tells of his imprisonment in the camp at Schirmeck-Vorbruch in Alsace, his forced conscription in the German army, and his subsequent capture by the Russians. AIDS epidemic update Such effects, coupled with the fact that HIV prevalence and transmission rates in many developed nations are high, and increasing among gay men UNAIDS,highlight the need for interventions to actively counter stigmatisation aimed specifically at HIV-positive gay men. Join us right now to watch a live interview with a survivor, followed by a question-and-answer session.