Volunteer Spotlight: Dalton Claudio and Frenzy Importado, Honing the HIV Testing Experience
The volunteer duo believes the fear of HIV testing is best banished with an uplifting counseling experience, so they set out to create a better process for LoveYourself’s flagship testing event.
The LoveYourself Testing Experience
Admittedly, getting tested for HIV is not one of the easiest things you’ll ever do in your life – in fact, it can be one of the most unnerving experiences you’ll ever have to go through. There are a myriad of reasons why you are getting tested – it may be a follow-up test to your previous result several months ago, or a requirement for getting recruited overseas, or you just simply decided to take the plunge and get yourself tested for the first time. Regardless of the reason, it’s difficult to really get the hang of it – whether it’s your first or fifth time getting tested. In any case, getting tested is the only definitive way to know whether you will turn out “reactive” or “nonreactive”.
Hottest Gay Guy in the Philippines Takes The Test – MGWP Winner Invites Everyone to Incognito 2.0
Taking a bolder step as a modern gay guy, John Raspado is the lead ambassador of LoveYourself Incognito 2.0, which is the country’s most trusted community-based HIV screening that is free, anonymous and fast.
How To Get To Victoria Court Malate for Incognito 2.0
On the day itself, proceed to Victoria Court Malate between 10AM to 7PM. You are encouraged to print the map below or save the photo on your mobile phone for reference. Read on for more details on how to get to the location.
MGWP First Runner-Up on Promoting Fitness and Sexual Health to Fight the Stigma on HIV
Cognizant of the benefits of a healthy lifestyle, LoveYourself, Inc. strengthens the promotion of its HIV awareness campaign with its newest ambassador, Mister Gay World Philippines 2016 1st runner-up John Bench T. Ortiz.
LoveYourself Incognito, a Free and Anonymous HIV Screening for Men, Set for May 29
LoveYourself Incognito, the country’s first community-based HIV screening for men that asks for no names, uses no forms, and is highly confidential, is set for May 29 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Victoria Court Malate.