World's first HIV-positive sperm bank shares stories of virus-free babies born to positive parents

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"People living with HIV are people, human beings, who, like all of us, deserve to be treated with dignity and respect. Moral judgments have no place in society." Photo: Supplied/ Amy
"People living with HIV are people, human beings, who, like all of us, deserve to be treated with dignity and respect. Moral judgments have no place in society." Photo: Supplied/ Amy

Some people still don't believe you can safely have a baby when living with HIV, but they haven't met Amy.

Amy is just ten months old, but she's already made history by being the first baby to be born via the world's first HIV-positive sperm bank, Sperm Positive. Launched just two years ago to fight HIV/Aids stigma.

Sperm Positive was founded with one goal in mind: To show the world that people living with HIV can have babies and not pass on the virus, as long as their viral load is undetectable.

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