Monthly Archives: September 2016

Five Things Disabled People Are Tired Of Hearing About Their Sex Lives

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Homelessness In Leicester & HIV: Information for Leicester City Council’s Homeless Consultation.

Originally posted on LASS:
Homelessness in Leicester Leicester City Council is consulting on five proposals to re-configure our homeless services to ensure the most vulnerable receive the support they need. Around one in three people living with HIV have experienced…

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The NHS consultation for #PrEP ENDS TOMORROW! Make sure your voice is heard!

Originally posted on LASS:
The NHS public consultation on a proposed clinical consultation commissioning policy on Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) for HIV ends tomorrow (Friday, 23rd September) This consultation is necessary in order to make PrEP available to people who are…

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JK Rowling and the Cauldron of Discourse

Originally posted on Idiot Joy Showland:
Please understand that I’m not making any kind of criticism of her when I say that JK Rowling has abandoned the real world. When you have one billion dollars, it’s not really something you…

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Awesome Date Ideas

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Disabled woman and survivor of abuse to be subjected to grossly intrusive council surveillance to justify care costs

Originally posted on Politics and Insights:
 Cuts Kill, No More Benefit Deaths protest, Westminster Road block, 7 September 2016: part of Disabled People Against the Cuts’ Rights Not Games week of action. Photo courtesy of Paula Peters, DPAC. John Pring from Disability…

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Something to #Celebrate: Good news in #HIV #Vaccine Research!

Originally posted on LASS:
https://youtu.be/FazuhWlXl9g Scientists may have discovered a way to spur the human body to create antibodies capable of blocking the HIV virus. Researchers at institutions around the United States said in five studies published Thursday in the…

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