Lawmakers in Bengkulu (Indonesia) were working on a directive to limit the sale of condoms last June, because they fear a higher rate of pre- and extramarital sex, especially among young people. 
Millions of refugees are fleeing their home countries because their religious beliefs, sexual orientation and/or race are not accepted by their communities and they are threatened with violence, or often even death. 
After they legalized gay marriage, the US government now shows us how to treat transgender rights too: 
The Bali Post reports on July 27 that new cases of HIV/AIDS in Bali continue to grow at an alarming rate, with between 180-200 new infections recorded in the month of May 2015. 
...at least, that's what lawmakers in the Indonesian Province of Bengkulu seem to think, if we are to believe this article in the Jakarta Globe: 
LONDON, 25 June 2015—Countries most affected by HIV must focus on stopping new HIV infections and expanding access to antiretroviral treatment or risk the epidemic rebounding, urges a major new report from the UNAIDS and Lancet Commission.
“We must face hard truths—if the current rate of new HIV infections continues, merely sustaining the major efforts we already have in place will not be enough to stop deaths from AIDS increasing within five years in many countries,” said Professor Peter Piot (pictured), Director of the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, Co-Chair of the Commission, and lead author of the report. 

HIV/AIDS is one of the most important issues that need to be taken care of, since the virus continues to grow in what some people say an endless phenomena in countries such as Indonesia and India. 
Kiev is known for the numerous attacks against Lesbians, homosexuals, bisexuals and transgenders and that’s the reason why LGBT-activists and other participants want to walk the Pride March in Kiev tomorrow (June 6th).

Yesterday the organisers of the Pride and a delegation of Amnesty International asked the police for protection during the gathering. 
More than 600 hundred people with HIV/AIDS in Sukabumi are threatened from losing getting free medical treatment and mentoring sessions because the two organizations that handling the work are in danger of losing their funding sources.
The two organizations are Komisi Penanggulangan AIDS (KPA) and Rumah Cemara. Until now, the two organizations were getting their funds for operational matters and for handling HIV / AIDS matters in their communities from world funding institution.
The organization are Cooperation Progam For Indonesia (HCPI) for Rumah Cemara and Global Fund for KPA, they stop their funding since the contract between those organisation has finished. source: 
The use of internet and social media in Indonesia are high: 
This initiative is so brilliant and funny that we had to share it with you as soon as we heard about it- enjoy! 
Starting today until May 20 midday GMT, British band Franz Ferdinand is auctioning off an iconic leather jacket (worn in a video clip) and a pair of studded Miu Miu shoes to benefit DAA live on fashion platform Hardly Ever Worn It and they also recorded a video where they ask their fans to support us! 

Wrecking Ball singer Miley Cyrus has officially launched the Happy Hippie Foundation, which aims to fight the injustices faced by homeless, LGBT and vulnerable youths, by uploading the first of her ‎#HappyHippiePresents: 
New cases of HIV infections in the Indonesian city Banjar are increasing. 
HIV (the Human Immunodeficiency Virus): 
Since it is known that nowadays social media has been used by prostitutes to negotiate and doing transactions for their work, the Governor of Jakarta Mr. 
I arrived in Bali on 3rd of May, which means my adventure will soon begin with Designers against Aids, creating the new social media platform Indonesia against Aids! 
Festival season is kicking off for real, so we made a great selection of must-have festival goodies for him & her in our online store. 
That AIDS doesn't feature highly on people's agendas anymore is a well-known fact -resulting in more and more HIV infections, as the correct information about HIV prevention isn't getting out to the general public much anymore.
I'm well aware of the fact that most people don't know enough about the issue (and frankly, they don't seem to care either), so I wasn't really surprised when I read in a Flemish newspaper today that 6 out of 10 Belgians have no idea how they can 'get AIDS' (the correct wording of course should be how they can 'get HIV'): 
Today two girls of the United International Business School in Antwerp came to the education center. 
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