Behind Those Smiling Faces, You Never Know What Someone Is Going Through

The Logical Indian

December 2nd, 2016 / 6:51 PM

AIDS Day
“HIV is a virus. STIGMA isn’t. And one has a cure, already.”

It’s time we pull up the drapes of conservatism and shun the stigmas related to AIDS. A disease that affects the body but, eats away at the mind and soul, thanks to the society.
This World AIDS Day, The Logical Indian crew spent an amazing, fun-filled day with the HIV+ orphans at Desire Society. Sadly, we may not be able to increase their lifespan, but we can
definitely give them the love they deserve.
We request you all to spread the love to such children and people who for no fault of theirs have been abandoned and shunned by their families.

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