Recent ads released by Fundacion Mexico Vivo caused quite a stir on social networks. (Twitter)
By CONZ PRETI and MIGUEL TAMAYO
Channel: Media, Latin American Affairs
Earlier this week Fundacion Mexico Vivo, an NGO dedicated to raising awareness about HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases, launched a campaign targeted at pregnant women. The idea behind the campaign was to promote the importance of early detection of HIV in pregnant women in order to prevent the transmission to infants.
The campaign had to be canceled shortly after it was launched due to the huge controversy it caused on social networks. The reason for the outcry was the fact that the campaign consisted of images (pictured below) of children with the words “He/she has HIV” superimposed, followed by a rhetorical question asking if this meant that the child is a “Slut?” “Drug Addict?” or “Gay?”
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