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The changing social landscape brought on by new technology has helped create a ‘hidden epidemic’ of HIV among adolescents in the Asia-Pacific region.Through research, policy support and direct outreach, UNICEF is joining the effort to reverse an alarming trend.BANGKOK, Thailand, 1 December 2015 – Nest is a 19-year-old living in Bangkok.
“Instead of going to gay bars and saunas, people also meet using mobile apps like Grindr and Jack’d,” he says.
“Access to casual encounters has gone up enormously as a result.” “It’s not uncommon for users to request ‘bareback’, or unprotected sex, often with methamphetamines,” he continues.
I read all about HIV on the Internet – what would happen if I got a positive result, and what it’s like living on ARV [antiretroviral] drugs.” UNICEF is working with governments across the Asia-Pacific region to ensure they meet their obligations to protect adolescents’ health.
Those particularly at risk of contracting HIV include gay and bisexual teenagers, those who sell sex, injecting drug users, and transgender people.
By connecting adolescents to a larger network of potential sexual partners, the apps also enable any HIV infections to spread further and faster.
Nest sits in the garden of a trendy coffee shop in Ari, where Thai students meet to sip cappuccinos, hang out and play songs on an acoustic guitar.
Unlike some of his older friends, Nest had relatively few problems coming out.
“I’ve known I was gay since I was 11 or 12,” he says.
“I’ve never hidden it, and I didn’t have any trouble at school – most of my friends are gay or transgender, and my teachers liked me because I worked hard.
My mum wasn’t happy at first, but she’s come to accept it.” Nest met his first boyfriend online in 2010 when he was 14, through a video chatting site.
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