It's definitely one of the most emotional speeches heard in the British Parliament. In a session on the next World AIDS Day, Labor MP Lloyd Russel-Moyle revealed that he had been living with HIV for almost a decade. "There was a long journey of fear to accept," said the legislator. He also sent a message of optimism to remember, with the right medication, that you can lead a completely normal life and criticize that, despite all existing information today, has changed the narrative of fear that reigns in the world since the eighties. "I wanted to come to this place to tell everyone who lives with HIV whose state is not defined," it ended.