A Message From Dila Amalia

In a week where certain groups in Indonesia want to stop supermarkets selling condoms because teenagers might buy them too (which WE think is brilliant and very responsible behavior) and want to stop the growth of the LGBT community because many people feel that they ‘violate’ their life values  (how?), it’s fantastic to receive an open minded message such as the one written by one of our two social media managers for our projects ‘Asia Against AIDS- Back To Zero: Indonesia’ in Jakarta, Dila Amalia. This is what she has to say:

“I Support Indonesia Against AIDS, which offers complete information about HIV/AIDS and safe sex using pop culture to gain awareness about HIV/AIDS towards young people in Indonesia. Visit their website www.indonesiaagainstaids.com, like their Facebook page https://m.facebook.com/pages/Asia-Against-AIDS-Back-To-Zero-Indonesia/1420154978303447 and Twitter www.twitter.com/asiaagainstaids

Let’s fight HIV/AIDS and bring it back to zero!

I Support Indonesia Against AIDS, and you?
‪#‎campaign ‪#‎HIV ‪#‎AIDS ‪#‎AsiaAgainstAIDS ‪#‎IndonesiaAgainstAIDS ”

Please like, share, follow & visit as much as you want and make her (and our) day! By the way, we LOVE her kitten ears.
And remember: ‘If you’re old enough to have sex, you’re old enough to have safe sex’. That’s all, folks.

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