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Pop star Troye Sivan fights HIV stigma in first big film role

Pop star Troye Sivan fights HIV stigma in first big film role

SAMUEL BAUGH AUSTRALIAN pop singer Troye Sivan, whose YouTube videos and music have inspired a generation of young LGBTQ+ people, wants his first major film role to combat ignorance around HIV/AIDS. In "Three Months", Sivan plays 17-year-old Caleb, who is exposed to HIV after a one-night stand on the eve of his high school graduation. The film details the shame and anxiety Caleb experiences while waiting three months for a diagnosis. Current medical guidelines require 12 weeks from exposure to be 100% certain. A still from the film 'Three Months', picturing Troye Sivan, who plays Caleb, and Viveik Kalra who plays Esther,…
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