On Saturday November 28 we're organizing a #safesexyselfie event in Antwerp, where people write their own (or their favorite) safe sex slogan on a piece of paper, take a selfie -or have someone else take a photo of them holding their paper- and post & share it on their favorite social media (Instagram, Twitter, Facebook…), using the hashtags #safesexyselfie and #yumiandcesarforJBC, as for Belgium this is tied in with the fashion collection Yumi Lambert and Cesar Casier designed for JBC, benefitting DAA's work.

This got us thinking; wouldn’t it be great if people all over the world would ALSO massively post their safesexyselfies in the next days, leading up to World AIDS Day? You can help by taking a selfie and sharing it -and this article- on social media.

Here's how to do it: 
For the 5th consecutive year Belgian fashion retailer JBC presents a collection aimed at young people, which launches just before World AIDS Day, accompanied by a safe sex social media campaign created and implemented by Designers against AIDS. 
In the weeks leading up to World AIDS Day 2015, ACT UP London is reaching out to artists in the city and beyond, to integrate new designs and visual subversion into the contemporary fight against HIV.
During the ‘first silence’ in the 80s, ACT UP was famous for its strong artistic component. 
Immigrants from Africa present their intimate HIV life stories through using their own bodies in making art that matters. 
Earlier this week MAC Cosmetics announced the latest local ambassador for their Viva Glam lip products. 
Prince Manvendra Singh Gohil is the heir to a 650 year-old dynasty, and the first Indian royal to come out as gay. 
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