This is certainly one of the most emotional speeches that were heard in the British Parliament. At a meeting on the next World AIDS Day, Laborist Lloyd Russell-Soyle, 32, showed that he had been living with HIV for almost ten years. “It was a long way from fear to acceptance,” the legislator said. He also sent a message with optimism to remember that with proper treatment you can lead a completely normal life and criticize it, despite all the information that exists today about it, did not change the fear story that has reigned in the world since the eighties. “I wanted to come to this place to tell everyone living with HIV that their state does not define them,” he concluded.