is a online magazine for people living with HIV in the UK.

When we talk about ”people living with HIV” at beyond positive they don’t just mean the person with HIV, they mean everyone in their lives – their family, friends and partners.

beyondpositive aims to bring your a selection of the best HIV columnists out there, covering as many demographics as they can. Alongside this they’ve published HIV related news stories, the latest health information, opinion pieces and reviews of events and products hand-picked for their audience.

HIV doesn’t discriminate. It affects people of all ethnicities, genders, sexualities, nationalities and ages. But life is much more than just HIV, and that’s why they’re looking beyondpositive.

beyondpositive is the brainchild of Tom Hayes, who started blogging his experience of life with HIV days after he was diagnosed back in 2011. Initially blogging anonymously under the pseudonym‘UKPositiveLad‘ he has since revealed his true identity to the world.

The magazine is free and online, it now needs your help! We need to keep the site going, it provide support and an outlet for many people. Giving advise, telling their stories, its a great way for them not feel alone. It’s time to Donate

Any amount, no matter how small, will help with day to day running costs – like hosting, email services, travel to conferences and clinical meetings, promotional materials and space.

All payments are securely processed by PayPal and payment is possible through all major cards or Direct Debit. Please contact them if you’d like to donate or help in another way.