RFSL is currently conducting a survey targeting gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men concerning their knowledge on and need for interventions regarding sexual health and HIV prevention. By answering the survey, you help us develop and strengthen our work to improve the sexual health among gay, bisexual and other…
Here you can read more about the most common STIs, how they’re transmitted, how to get tested and how they’re treated.
If you are in treatment and have an undetectable viral load HIV can’t be transmitted through sex, even without using a condom. The safest sex you can have is therefore with someone with an undetectable viral load.
LGBTQ people are more exposed to mental illness than heterosexual cis people. RFSL wants the authorities, healthcare and society as a whole to acknowledge this act and take specific measures to improve the situation for LGBTQ people.
HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) is a virus that weakens the body’s immune system and was discovered around 1980. Today, most of the people who are HIV positive in Sweden have access to good and effective treatment, but HIV still cannot be cured.
In some cities, RFSL offers rapid HIV and syphilis testing. These services are open for men who have sex with men and trans people.
Read more about and register for our HIV/STI testing reminder.
Getting tested is the only way to know if you're living with HIV or any sexually transmitted infection (STI). By getting tested, you can get treatment…
The parliament has decided on a review of the obligation to disclose HIV status.
Since the HIV epidemic began in Sweden, there have been certain rules for blood donation.
For RFSL as a rights organisation it’s a matter of course to stand up for that everybody who has sex for compensation should have access to their human rights and a secure everyday life.