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ChemSex Clinic

David Stuart, Manager of London’s ChemSex Clinic at 56 Dean Street returns to Word For Word.

So what has changed in the last three years?

  • The ChemSex Moive was released globally, shocking the world.
  • The ChemSex Clinic coordinates community activities discussing drugs and sex.
  • New HIV diagnoses are down 50% across London’s STI Clinics
  • ChemSex in London continues to be the major health issue for gay men.
  • Australia’s ChemSex culture has more gay men injecting Meth than ever before.

What hasn’t changed is David Stuart’s dedicated, compassionate approach to dealing with individuals addicted to sex and drugs, while ensuring an involved, supportive and caring community remains fully engaged.  Resources:  LifeLine 13  11  14      Touch Base     Turning Tina

 

About the author: Dean

 

Producer. Broadcaster. Community Advocate. ENUF Ambassador.
Dean Beck has over 5 years experience as a broadcaster and radio producer. Dean is the founder and original presenter of community radio’s most popular show about sex, sexuality and self, Hide And Seek. He presents the nationally syndicated interview program Word For Word, heard each week on JOY 94.9 and across the Community Radio Network. He also presents a weekly news and current affairs program, On The Line. A tireless advocate for people living with HIV and ENUF Ambassador, Dean coordinated and hosted JOY 94.9’s groundbreaking radio and video web streaming broadcast, World AIDS Day Worldwide, a global 24 hour conversation held on December 1 2013, World AIDS Day. In 2013 JOY 94.9 presented Dean with the Addam Stobbs Broadcast Excellence Award and Living Positive Victoria presented him with their coveted Community Endeavour Award. Dean's work in promoting gay men’s health saw Hide And Seek receive the HIV Awareness Media Award from Living Positive Victoria in 2013.

 

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