1. World Aids Day 2010: Cock out Anti-HIV Game - Documentation

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    World Aids Day Campaign 2010 by the Aids organisation Vergiss Aids nicht e.V. (Don´t forget Aids e.V.). The rate of HIV infection among 15 to 29-year-olds has increased by 56% over the last ten years. For this reason, Vergiss AIDS nicht e.V. would like to educate teenagers about the risk of HIV. Cock Out: an online game that takes a literal approach to the fight against HIV. The user takes part in a virtual boxing match against the diabolical human immunodeficiency virus. What makes this game so unique is that it's not played using a keyboard or joystick, but instead with the user's penis -- inside a special condom. A marker on the condom packaging allows the user to access the game. The webcam detects the horizontal movements of the red condom on the player's penis. The game's features include a choice between three penis fighters, two hosts who ensure player "endurance" between rounds and a function that allows users to share their high scores on Facebook. Launched on World AIDS Day, the game was advertised using a TV ad, posters, flyers, viral films, banners, social networking sites and a condom distribution promotion. Vergiss Aids nicht e.V. Board of Managers: Jan Schwertner, Heiko Schüßling Philipp und Keuntje Creative-Direction: Diether Kerner, Constantin Kaloff Art-Direction: Mario Zaradic, Sönke Schmidt, Jens Erasmus Schröder Text: Adrienne Tonner, René Ewert FFF-Agentur-Producer: Sandra Niessen, Axel Leyck Flash Developer: Manuel Rodriguez, Jeremias Dombrowsky Technical Director: Holger Norden Online-Agentur-Producer: Arne Broich Account Director: Steffen Schwab, Sabrina Bohnacker Ziggy Mediahouse Executive Producer: Siegfried F. Nümann Regie: Anatol Kotte Head of Production: Thomas Arnold Producer: Florian Pauli DoP and 1st. Camera: Alexander Nabi 2nd. Camera: Pat Calderwood Sound Ingenieur: Mischka Heimberger Ausstattung: Käthe Geller, Marco Galli Cutter: Hendryk Press, Michael Palfi Casting: Birgit Eipper Locationscouting: Christian Prigl Parasol Island Head of Design: Charles Bals Head of Animation: Philip Hansen Animation-Producer: Sara Dadras 3D-Modeling: Waldemar Fast, Sven Klimm, Bardia Marco Afchar 3D-Texturing: Joschka Herrlich, Sven Klimm, Bardia Marco Afchar 3D-Lighting/Shading: Christian Wallmeier, Joschka Herrlich Character Rigging: Dino Figuera, Waldemar Fast Character-Animation: Dino Figuera Compositing: Joschka Herrlich

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    • How can STDs increase my risk of getting HIV?

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      Whether you're positive or negative, having an STD can increase the chances of HIV transmission. In fact, having an untreated STD can make HIV transmission two to five times more likely. That's true for both the positive and negative partner.

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      • Can You Tell if Someone is HIV Positive?

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        There's not a simple answer to this question. It's both 'yes and no.' We've all heard 'don't judge a book by it's cover,' right? That equally applies to drawing conclusions about someone's HIV status without asking them directly. If he looks like he has HIV, he might have another health condition. If he looks healthy & vibrant, he might be HIV positive. Our best advice: ask him !

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        • How Safe is Oral Sex?

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          Hands down, this is the number one question we get asked. The answer, unfortunately, isn't what people want to hear: there is a risk of HIV transmission associated with oral sex. The risk is largely determined by the health of your partner and your own oral health. If you have any sores in your mouth or bleeding gums, it's probably a good idea to hold off on giving someone head. We also highly recommend that you either spit or swallow -- and don't let it wallow !

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          • Risk of getting HIV from topping by a positive guy without a condom

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            This is one of the questions we get asked most frequently. The answer is clear: it's still risky. At STOP AIDS, we often talk about how there is a spectrum of risk associated with different activities. Topping someone who is positive is certainly a lower risk activity than getting topped by positive guy. This is even true if someone is 'undetectable' on their blood work because they still have the virus in their body and their fluids.

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            • What does that mean if someone HIV positive says they're 'undetectable'?

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              When something is undetectable, that means that it exists but is often unnoticeable. For example, a house could be so well hidden by trees that it's undetectable to cars that drive by. When someone HIV positive says that the amount of the virus in their body is 'undetectable' that means that it's too low for the laboratory to give an accurate count of exactly how much virus there is. But the virus is still present in their body and in their fluids. The risk of the virus being transmitted is lower but not impossible.

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              • Mitten in Tansania - Teil 2: Shary Reeves besucht Hilfsprojekte der DAHW

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                Teil 2 unseres Berichts über die Reise der TV-Moderatorin Shary Reeves nach Tansania, das Land in dem ihre Mutter geboren wurde. Dort besuchte sie Hilfsprojekte für Lepra- und Tuberkulosekranke. Sie zeigte sich schwer beeindruckt von der medizinischen und sozialen Arbeit der DAHW Deutsche Lepra- und Tuberkulosehilfe e.V. und besonders von den Aufklärungskampagnen. Shary Reeves: „Es hat mich sehr beeindruckt, wie die DAHW den Menschen hilft, mit den Krankheiten umzugehen und wieder einen Platz in der Gesellschaft zu finden." Mehr Informationen: http://www.dahw.de/unterstuetzer/prominente-helfer/shary-reeves

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                • Mitten in Tansania - Teil 1: Shary Reeves besucht Hilfsprojekte der DAHW

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                  Die TV-Moderatorin Shary Reeves bereiste mit der DAHW Deutsche Lepra- und Tuberkulosehilfe e.V. Tansania, das Land in dem ihre Mutter geboren wurde. Dort besuchte sie DAHW-Hilfsprojekte für Lepra-- und Tuberkulosekranke. Sie zeigte sich schwer beeindruckt von der medizinischen und sozialen Arbeit und besonders von den Aufklärungskampagnen. Für das Fernsehen moderiert Shary Reeves „Wissen macht Ah". Für die DAHW besuchte sie ehrenamtlich Projekte in Tansania. Zum Beispiel das Gesundheitszentrum PASADA in Dar es Salaam. Das Projekt ist Anlaufstelle für HIV-positive Menschen. Sie sind besonders anfällig für eine Tuberkulose-Infektion, da ihr Immunsystem geschwächt ist. Oder in einem Slum: 20 Männer und Frauen führen ein Theaterstück zur Aufklärung zu HIV und Tuberkulose auf. Mitarbeiter und ehemalige Patienten von PASADA klären auf: „Lass dich untersuchen und verzage nicht, wenn du an Tuberkulose oder Aids erkrankst! Es ist wichtig, dass du die Krankheiten bekämpfst. Es kostet dich nichts." Shary Reeves:„Es hat mich sehr beeindruckt, wie die DAHW den Menschen hilft, mit den Krankheiten umzugehen und wieder einen Platz in der Gesellschaft zu finden." Mehr Informationen: http://www.dahw.de/hilfsprojekte/archiv/verzage-nicht2

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                  • DAHW Deutsche Lepra- und Tuberkulosehilfe e.V. im Jemen - Part 2

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                    Zweiter Teil des Berichts über die Hilfsprojekte der DAHW Deutsche Lepra- und Tuberkulosehilfe e.V. im Jemen. Die einzelnen Hilfsprojekte richten sich nach den Bedürfnissen vor Ort und umfassen eine sehr große Bandbreite: Von der Unterstützung einzelner Krankenhäuser über die Ausbildung des staatlichen Gesundheitspersonals bis hin zur Förderung von Behinderten und Ausgestoßenen. Mehr über die Arbeit der DAHW: http://www.dahw.de

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                    • HIV: An Urban Issue

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                      On December 2nd, 2010, the Urban Issues Institute hosted a special townhall meeting entitled “Ring the Alarm: HIV/AIDS in the Greater Newark Metropolitan Area" to call attention to the impact of the disease. “Education is a major part of trying to reduce the misery created by AIDS related diseases,” said Dr. Margaret Stevens, Director of ECC’s Urban Issues Institute. “It's important to put a human face on this tragedy." As part of the townhall, Pat Shelton, AIDS peer educator and a Person Living AIDS, addressed the crowd of students, health practitioners and community residents. The disease affects an estimated 41 million people worldwide, according to the World Health Organization that designated December 1 as World AIDS Day in 1988. Closer to home, the NJ Department of Health and Senior Services reports that there are over 35,000 reported New Jersey residents living with HIV/AIDS as of the end of 2009. In Newark alone, 5,844 people have died from AIDS related disease, close to 1,800 deaths have been linked to AIDS in East Orange and almost 1,000 in Irvington during that same period. Camera and Editing: Quiana Warner

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