Take Action

Educate! Agitate! Shout out!

Take one or more of the simple actions below to increase PrEP education and access.
Got an idea for an action? Email us at hello@prepster.info

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1. Stay informed

Stay up-to-date about PrEP and the latest research on PrEP. Visit our resources section for good sources of PrEP information.



2. Tell your friends

Educate and inform your own social and sexual networks about PrEP. Let them know how and where to find out about PrEP, and direct them to research about it. Share this website with five friends today!


3. Sign the community PrEP statement

Join thousands of others calling for access to PrEP on the NHS.


4. Speak out against stigma

Research shows that stigma about using PrEP – including slut-shaming –  stops people from talking about it with their friends and sexual partners. Challenge it when you hear it or see it online.

5. Watch this!

Watch the new PrEP17 film and share it with your friends. Look out for #PrEP17 events across the UK.


6. Trial this!

Recruitment to the PROUD trial and the DISCOVER trial is now full. Find out about recruitment to the new IMPACT trial here.


7. Ask your sexual health clinic

Ask about PrEP at your next sexual health clinic visit (even if you won’t personally use it). Download and take along this handy check-list to use to talk to your clinic about PrEP. 


8. Tell us about your PrEP friendly clinic

Does your local sexual health clinic or GP (family doctor) offer PrEP support? Contact us to add their details to our database.


9. Stop Funding Hate

Remember when the Daily Mail called PrEP a “promiscuity pill”? If you don’t want companies funding hate then ask them to #stopfundinghate.