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HIV in Marriage: a short documentary

September 2, 2009

HIV/AIDS is a problem. Huge problem. At GAB, we’ve written about HIV/AIDS issues all over the world (many can be found here, here, and here). The discussion is endless, because it affects all types of people no matter their race, gender, class, ethnicity, or sexuality, and is an important health issue to overcome in underdeveloped and developed countries. Below is a short (12-minute) documentary that was filmed in Kenya about the HIV risks women have in marriage titled “The Silent Partner: HIV in Marriage” (by Population Action International).

If you’re interested in reading more about current HIV/AIDS issues, below are posts from other blogs. Check ’em out!

Human Rights: When Officials Get Serious About HIV Prevention, This is Where They’ll Start (from

CDC says AIDS 50 Times Higher in Gays, Bi Men (from the Bilerico Project)

AIDS on the rise in Cuban Youth (from The Lancet Student)

Treatment Action Campaign Urges Clinton to Work For More HIV/AIDS Funding (from Science Speaks, Center for Global Health Policy)

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