My name is Tarriaki and I live in Brisbane. Originally, I grew up predominately in Toowoomba, however I have lived in many regional locations such as Goondiwindi and Boggabilla. My father’s mob [...]



My name is Sean, I come from a small rural place called Bowen in the Whitsundays. Trust me, it’s a hard life growing up next to beautiful beaches. I lived there for 19 years before moving further [...]



Paulo – This is my story. Carnaval and Samba are the colourful multicultural identities. All these Brazilian and African identities I take in my blood and heart to share with everyone including [...]



The 80s I was ten years of age when I first learnt about AIDS via the Australian Government’s 1987 TV advertisement – the Grim Reaper campaign (a quick search on google will take you to the [...]



Vincent’s Story Starting PrEP was an important decision that allowed me to take ownership of my own sexual health. Speaking to my GP in an open and honest way about my sex life has made me [...]


Me? The ‘Latino’ dude studying and enjoying my time on this amazing side of the planet. As with any country in the world, when you first arrive, it can be a little bit scary and daunting to [...]


PrEP Guidelines

Click here to access a pdf version of the PrEP Guidelines  


PrEP on PBS (Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme)

Is PrEP available on the PBS? Yes.  PrEP is now subsidised by the Australian Government which means you can purchase PrEP in-store at some Australian pharmacies at a reduced cost. What brand of [...]


PrEP Stories: Ray

I came out as gay in the mid 80’s when the AIDS epidemic was picking up momentum and the Grim Reaper adverts dominated just about all media, both straight and gay (1987). It’s probably fortunate [...]


Truvada for PrEP will no longer be available on PBS from 1 April 2020.

What’s changed with obtaining PrEP from in-store pharmacies with PBS subsidy? From the 1st of April any PrEP obtained from Australian in-store pharmacies will be generic. Generics [...]

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