Celebrating 20 Years of Positively Women

The only magazine for HIV positive women written by HIV positive women

Every woman has the right to information
Over 6,000 women living with HIV read Positively Women’s magazine. Being diagnosed with HIV is a devastating and isolating experience. The PW magazine is a lifeline to help and hope. It offers vital information and a link to the lives of others living with HIV

This month the magazine was re-launched in full-colour. Still dedicated to representing the views and issues affecting HIV positive women, the magazine continues to be written and produced by women living with HIV across the UK. 

Positively Women’s magazine is the only magazine for women living with HIV
Published quarterly, distributed by post, email and carried on our website the magazine reaches women living with HIV across the UK as well as health, social care and voluntary sector professionals.

The magazine free for women living with HIV

“Now I know there is life after HIV”
PW magazine reader

For further information contact Lucy Osman on 020 7713 0444 or email losman@positivelywomen.org.uk

To subscribe email info@positivelywomen.org.uk

Note for Editors: About Positively Women
Positively Women is the only national charity working to improve the quality of life of women and families affected by HIV and AIDS; providing emotional and practical support, enabling women to make informed decisions and challenging stigma and discrimination. The organisation was formed in 1987 by two HIV positive women who identified the need for services specifically for women, and this ethos of peer support remains at the heart of the organisation today.

Registered Charity Number: 1007685

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