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View arts-based sex-ed videos with accompanying resources. With our support, committed artist-activists create movies concerning STI and HIV/AIDS stigma and prevention, testing and treatment, consent, teen pregnancy, self-love, and more.

UCLA Sex Squad


Created with the belief that laughter and honesty are the best weapons against the silence that permeates difficult topics like STDs/STIs, teen pregnancy, LGBTQ issues, waiting for the right moment to have sex, and many other sexual health concerns in general, these short films were created from personal stories and experiences. The videos can be used in combination with the arts-based workshops in the accompanying PDF viewing guides.


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Through Positive Eyes


Through Positive Eyes [ThroughPositiveEyes.org] tells the story of HIV/AIDS at the end of the third decade of the epidemic, when potent antiretroviral medication has been devised, but when treatment access is far from universal. Through Positive Eyes is an attempt to address key themes of the AIDS epidemic: widespread stigma, extreme social inequality, and limited access to lifesaving medication. The project is based on the belief that challenging stigma against people living with HIV/AIDS is the most effective method for combating the epidemic—and that art is a powerful way to do this. HIV-positive people take part in this unique initiative, creating powerful personal photo essays. From these images, we create local and international advocacy materials including exhibitions, short films, and website. Read more about Through Positive Eyes at artglobalhealth.org/ThroughPositiveEyes. View a selection of the stories from around the world:


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