Williams C. In: Mathew C, Gutmann, editors. Case management and social support of HIV-infected inmates is also necessary to mediate instances of discrimination such as the ones described by participants. Fear of being labelled a homosexual, and the chronic nature of this social mark, was emphasised more than fear of HIV and related stigma.
If a riot occurs in the prison, they will be the first set of people who will die.
The tension surrounding this issue is less related to beliefs about sexual restrictions during incarceration as few arguments have been presented about conjugal visits , and more a recognition that condom distribution in same sex facilities would raise the issue of the legality of same sex sexual relations in the wider community.
These efforts to reduce HIV-related stigma and discrimination should continue and be expanded. They felt that he wanted to bring them down and even bring shame to their families and friends, and this prompted them to be violent.