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Let’s have some fun.

One a day
helps
prevent HIV

Let’s have some fun.

Because that’s what PrEPnPLAY is all about —having the sex you want, and staying safe along the way. We’re here to celebrate queer love, and get the word out about PrEP. Just one pill a day helps prevent HIV and lets you get the most out of your sex life. So check out our videos: Real stories, told by real people, with real happy endings. Then take a look at our site. You’ll find all the info you need about PrEP and HIV prevention right here. 

Look —times have changed. The only thing that should be spreading in our community anymore is the truth: You can love whoever you want, however you want. And you can do it without fear. So what are you waiting for?

Let’s have some fun.

Because that’s what PrEPnPLAY is all about —having the sex you want, and staying safe along the way. We’re here to celebrate queer love, and get the word out about PrEP. Just one pill a day helps prevent HIV and lets you get the most out of your sex life. So check out our videos: Real stories, told by real people, with real happy endings. Then take a look at our site. You’ll find all the info you need about PrEP and HIV prevention right here. 

Look —times have changed. The only thing that should be spreading in our community anymore is the truth: You can love whoever you want, however you want. And you can do it without fear. So what are you waiting for?

What is PrEP and
who should take it?

It’s 1 pill you take daily

It’s BLUE

Ni siquiera uno.
Está bien.
Studies
Have Shown:

0 new cases
of HIV
infection

when taken
daily

Check out these
sexy studies!

Why should I take PrEP?:
1.

You are HIV-negative and are having sex with different people who you may or may not know their HIV status.

2.

You are not in a mutually monogamous relationship with a partner who recently tested HIV-negative.

3.

You have had anal sex without a condom OR have been diagnosed with an STD in the past 6 months.

4.

You are a heterosexual man or woman who does not regularly use condoms during sex with partners of unknown HIV status.

5.

You have injected drugs in the past 6 months and have shared needles or works or been in drug treatment in the past 6 months.

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What is PEP and who should take it?

It's 1 pill you take twice
a day
for

28

days

I got a
little crazy
last night...
within
72 HOURS
sooner the
better
it LOWERS
your chances of
contracting HIV
by over

80 %
Source: cdc.gov
Whoshould take it:
1.

You think you may have been exposed to HIV while having sex or working as a sex worker (for example, if the condom broke).

2.

You shared needles and works to prepare drugs (for example: cotton, cookers, water).

3.

You were sexually assaulted.

4.

Don’t fool around with your health. Find out about PEP if any of those things have happened to you.

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I'm Trans. Will PrEP affect my hormones?

So you
can be you.
NO!
Current studies show
Does not
interact with
Estrogens Progestins
Source:
Susan Coffey, MD
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

hiv.va.gov
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How Can I get
PrEP or PEP?

If you don't feel like
Talking to your doctor,
Call me and I'll take
care of you
Talk to your DOCTOR or
HEALTHCARE
PROVIDER
to get a
PRESCRIPTION
Find out if you
can get your meds for free:
1.

In order to get PrEP, you’ll need a prescription from a health care provider. So talk to yours to find out if PrEP is a safe option for you. If you’re uncomfortable discussing this with your provider you can contact one of our PrEP Navigators at 760-323-1999 and they will take care of you.

2.

You’ll have to take an HIV test before beginning PrEP to be sure you don’t already have HIV. Another HIV test is required every 3 months while you’re taking it, so you’ll have to visit your health care provider for regular follow-ups.

3.

The cost of PrEP is covered by many health insurance plans, and a medication assistance program provides free PrEP and co-pay support to people with limited income and no insurance.

4.

Source: hiv.gov

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