Friday, 5 August 2011


The article I read is about criminalization of HIV. The author says that it would be a good way of preventing HIV transmission. However, if we look at the consequences of such legislation, it is obvious that it is not good at all because people who live with HIV would not have incentives for HIV testing, treatment and care. Moreover, criminalization of HIV can increase: the spread of HIV and discrimination.
In my view, the author is right about it. I also think our government has to do more things in relation to HIV transmission. Teenagers must be taught about HIV and all sexually transmitted diseases more deeply so that they become more conscious about taking care of themselves and others.

1 comment:

  1. I agree with the author when he speaks about
    how teenagers must prevent themselves from these kinds of illnesses. So, they have to be well informed.