Prevention is a Community effort (2nd Edition)

Let's Stop HIV Together

Looking for content to promote HIV prevention? We’ve got you covered! This is the second edition of our Let’s Stop HIV Together Prevention Social Media toolkit. The toolkit contains ready-to-go messages you can post on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter.

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Social Media Content

Simply click the images in the left column to view or download them. The copy samples in the right column can be used for Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Keep in mind, however, that URLs do not become active links when used in a feed post on Instagram. If you would like to direct Instagram users to an external webpage, you can do so with a story post by using the call to action feature, which then redirects users when they “swipe up.”


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“I feel way more in control of my sexual health since taking PrEP.” Jenny shares their reasons for taking PrEP to prevent #HIV. Learn more:

“There’s hope.” When musician Ethan was diagnosed with HIV at a time when he was injecting drugs, he wasn’t sure what the future held for him. Now he and his fiancé Shelbi talk about overcoming challenges, falling in love, and what advice he has for those in recovery. For more resources on HIV and injection drug use, visit

“The stigma comes from … all over.” Healthcare worker Laneyana works to break stereotypes about trans people and HIV through her work in the deep South. Learn what you can do to #StopHIVStigma:

“My earliest memories about learning about HIV were associated with being afraid.” Matthew shares how he took time to redefine what sexual health and HIV prevention meant to him. Learn more:

“What I really adore about the ballroom community is that it gives people a family.” Rich shares opportunities for working within the #BallroomScene to help prevent HIV. How are you preventing #HIV in your communities? Learn more:

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Maintain your peace of mind. Prevent HIV your way.

Maintain your peace of mind. Take control of your body and sexual health by preventing #HIV your way. Learn how:

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#DYK that #PrEP is for women too? We know that you take care of everyone else, make sure to take care of yourself too! Learn more about #PrEPforWomen:
Optional Hashtags for IG and Twitter
#womenshealth #blackwomen #healthcare
#blackwomenshealth #blkwomenshealth

Take control of your sexual health by learning more about HIV prevention options like #PrEP and #condoms. Learn more:

We have the power to end #HIV with #PrEP and other tools. Let’s spread the word and #starttalkinghiv with our friends, family, and community. Learn more: #StopHIVTogether

#PrEP is highly effective for people who inject drugs. Learn more about #HIV prevention options:
#StopHIVTogether #TalkPrEP

Even if your partner is undetectable, using #PrEP or condoms may bring you added peace of mind. Learn more:

There’s power in prevention for all women. Learn more about condoms, #PrEP and other prevention options:
Optional Hashtags for IG and Twitter
#womenshealth #blackwomen #healthcare #blackwomenshealth #transwomenshealth
#blkwomenshealth #healthequity

You have the power! There are more ways than ever available to help prevent #HIV. Learn more and choose what’s best for you: #StopHIVTogether
Optional Hashtags for IG and Twitter
#LGBT #LGBTQ #LGBTQ(rainbow) #relationshipgoals #Facts #TikTok #Power #PositiveVibes #Like #Save #Share #SexEducation #SexEdForAll #SexualHealth #SexualHealthMatters #SexualWellness

Please note: The optional hashtags may or may not be appropriate for all organizations and social media accounts, but we thought it would be a good idea to provide those options to our partners, who do engage and participate in cultural relevant hashtags and conversations.