Positive Sex

Our workshops provide a safe place for you to learn and share your experience about living with HIV, with other people in a non-judgemental environment. They can help give support from people who are going through the same issues and are led by people who understand your concerns.

Who is it for?

When most people talk about their ‘sex life’ they’re talking about the actual physical act of having sex. But your sex life isn’t just about having sex. It involves how you feel about yourself and your sexuality, how you feel about your body, your desire to have sex and being touched and loved. Having HIV can impact on all these things, especially if you have recently been diagnosed. We provide a safe, friendly environment where you can meet other men and be supported.

What does it involve?

The group is open for participants to share their own experiences and throughout the 4 sessions you will be provided with information about issues relating to HIV-stigma when it comes to sex and relationships, such as forming new relationships, disclosing your status, being in a serodifferent couple and enjoying the sex you want.

The groups will be run by GMFA and HIV-positive volunteers. You’re free to attend all or any sessions you want.


Thursday evenings 7 pm - 8 pm

9th November
16th November
23rd November

GMFA, 49 Effra Road, Brixton, SW2 1BZ