The internet is a tricky place for all of us, but particularly for those who live with mental health issues, People living with HIV.
Extremely short videos and endless amounts of HIV testimonies, HIV content, Movies, music, jokes, all these things encourage us to scroll on our devices every day and keep us scrolling for longer.
To a user without HIV, Mental Illness, depression, this can be an entertaining way to pass time. However, to someone who suffers from mental health, Someone with HIV the Internet can be his or her end because of hate, misinformation, stigma and discrimination yet they should be empathy, encouragement
One of the best MCs town known as MCs Kats disclosure to the public that he is HIV-positive is on treatment.
After MCs Kats announcing how’s having HIV, people on the Internet started blaming him and never listened to his story.i
The instant Internet stigmatization can cause further issues to someone living with HIV, Depression, Mental Illness and at the same time, it may also provide relief, it also means the core cause of their suffering is not addressed.
The hate, toxic, stigma and discrimination content about HIV is ultimately detrimental and takes courage for someone to disclose his or her heath life status
Sometimes, these negative comments can ruin the lives of people living with HIV and it makes it impossible to have the HIV stigma-free society
Those suffering from HIV are isolated in society and the internet can provide a way for those people to stay connected with others
Right now, we might now what exactly Mc Kats is going through but if we had a conducive society that lets people relate to one another, we would be knowing and trying to help him out
It’s not too late to spread love ❤️ and never judge others because of their mistakes
Watch the video below; Mc Kats talking about his health Life status