Join us this Pride season to celebrate LGBTQ+ and HIV rights!

Last year’s we asked you write to your MP to support Equal HIV Fertility Rights, and this year we want to celebrate with you because - we did it! Even if the General Election has delayed its implementation, the end of this exclusionary law preventing LGBTQ+ people living with HIV from accessing fertility treatment is in sight.

This Pride season we are also celebrating Drag culture and its role in HIV activism. Put on your heels and support our work to stop HIV from standing in the way of health, dignity and equality, and to end new HIV transmissions. Happy Pride Season!

Voices and stories

Alan O'Neill on Equal HIV Fertility Rights

Rebecca Tallon on speaking up for trans women

Charity Kase on Drag and HIV activism 

Rv Macaulay as a gay priest living with HIV

"I thought: It’s just literally given me my dreams back".


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"There is still a lack of understanding, and stigma."


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"Drag helped me project what I felt after my HIV diagnosis out into the world as something positive and productive"


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"We must create more spaces for diverse communities to coexist."


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Support ‘Drag Raise’ this Pride season

Drag as an art form has always been a powerful tool for self-expression and activism. The drag community has historically played an important role in HIV activism, challenging HIV-related stigma, as well as being a source of strength, relief, and support for communities living with, and affected by, HIV throughout the epidemic.

This summer we’re asking you to celebrate drag culture in style, and join a movement to raise funds for our work, so that together we can end new HIV transmissions by 2030 and stamp out HIV stigma...with heels on. Welcome to Drag Raise.

Order your free fundraising pack here.

Book tickets to our flagship event in central London on 18 July here.