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Nor should we forget that many of the self-proclaimed "community-based" HIV charities busily promoting Pr EP are dependent on rafts of money provided by the pharmaceutical sector, for whom they operate as willing glove-puppets, although this is hardly unique to the HIV sector, since so many NGOs these days depend on undisclosed commercial backing.And I completely agree with you: I fail to comprehend how anyone whose understanding of their relationship to HIV is sadly so scattered that they have difficulty using condoms at the right moment is somehow thought more likely to be able to adhere to the necessary routine of a pill regime, a regime which, for many people, has quite strong and unpleasant physical side effects and which may be required to be sustained over the course of a lifetime.
The fashionable cry these days that "condoms don't work" flies in the face of all the epidemiological evidence available since the introduction of HIV testing.Mark Adnum: You told me recently that you were "limping cautiously back into the field after years of exhausted collapse." What triggered the exhausted collapse, and what's prompted your tentative return?Simon Watney: Well, after 20 years of working too hard and without any proper sense of boundaries, my own health finally gave way, and I was hospitalized following my own infection with HIV in March 1997, which I took very badly, having done my best not to get infected, and I also eventually had a big personal meltdown.Simon Watney has a long-established reputation in the field of HIV/AIDS as a writer, founder of numerous charities and not-for-profit companies, educator and service provider.From 1985 to '89, he was the founding chair of the Terrence Higgins Trust's Health Education Group, where he oversaw the development of the trust's pioneering HIV-prevention campaigns.
One such blog boasts the strapline "Your Mother Liked It Bareback," and although this may perhaps be intended to be amusing, I think one needs to point out at once that she probably would not have done so had she known or suspected that her partner was HIV-positive.