My PrEP story: Patrick (part 1)

This blog originally appeared at – with thanks for permission to use Dr. Patrick Baxter is a Sexual Health Officer at LGBT Foundation. He is also an artist, filmmaker, activist, researcher and occasional poet/performer. Patrick has recently finished a PhD and feature length film on ghost spaces in Ireland. He is […]

Nneka Nwokola calls for focused HIV prevention for women in the UK

56 Dean Street‘s Nneka Nwokola’s recent TEDxEuston talk calls for an increased focus on HIV prevention for women – especially African women in the UK. Asking participants at the TEDx talk to reflect on when they last had sex, Nneka asks the women in the audience if the sex felt […]

My PrEP story: Tyler (part 1)

Tyler appeared in PrEPster’s Street Talk video, where they talked about how using PrEP put them in control of their sex life. In their new My PrEP Story blog, Brighton based Tyler talks about perceptions towards disabled people having sex, and how PrEP offers Tyler protection against HIV. If you’d […]

My PrEP story: Jamie (part 1)

Jamie Jaxon stars in PrEPster’s PrEP17 film.  In his new My PrEP Story blog, Jamie writes about being on the IMPACT Trial, and why PrEP has been important for him as a trans man. My PrEP Story is the personal voice of people who are using, or have used, PrEP. […]

My PrEP story: Phil (part 1)

What’s it like to use PrEP? How do people respond when you tell them you’re a PrEP user? When’s the right time to start using PrEP? Why do some people start using PrEP and then decide to stop? And what’s it like being on a PrEP trial? One of the […]

PrEPster supports trans rights

At PrEPster we recognise the role that stigma and discrimination play in fuelling HIV infections and poor sexual health, and access to health services (including access to PrEP). We understand how stigma and discrimination contribute negatively to emotional and mental health, and general wellbeing. We see how this plays out […]

PrEPster’s Marc Thompson wins Naz Project’s LGBTQI nOSCAR

PrEPster co-founder Marc Thompson has been awarded the Naz Project‘s LGBTQI award at their nOSCAR award ceremony. The accolade went to Marc for his work coordinating peer mentoring at Positively UK, his ground breaking work with BlackOutUK, and over 25 years of leadership in HIV prevention, including as Director of […]

PrEP17 nominated for POZ Magazine Awards Best Video Series

PrEPster is honoured that PrEP17 – the coming of age of PrEP has been nominated for POZ Magazine Awards Best Video Series.   PrEP17 was commissioned by PrEPster and made by German filmmaker Nicholas Feustel. The film follows the story of Nicholas’s return to London in 2017, two years after making his […]

Calling budding filmmakers!

Take part in The Love Bank, PrEPster and Fringe!’s sexual health film making competition. Four prizes of £250!   Do you want to make a short DIY film that promotes sexual health and information about PrEP? We’re giving away four prizes of £250 to individuals and groups to make a […]

Summer is over – PrEPster statement on IMPACT Trial

PrEPster today expressed frustration and concern that the England PrEP IMPACT Trial has not commenced. Despite NHS England’s commitment to the trial starting in the summer and by the start of September, not one single person has yet to receive PrEP through the trial. Will Nutland co-founder of PrEPster said: […]