It is, of course, one of the most powerful speeches heard in the British Parliament. Loyd Russell-Mile, 32, said at the session of the next World AIDS Day, that he has been living with HIV for nearly a decade. "It was a long journey from fear to accept," said the legislator. He also sent a message of optimism to remember that with real medicines you can lead a completely normal life and criticize that, despite all the information that exists today about it, it has not changed the narrative of the fear that has ruled the world since the eighties . "I wanted to come to this place to tell everyone living with HIV that their country does not define them," he concluded.