Of course this is one of the most emotional speeches ever heard in the British Parliament. In a session on the next World AIDS Day, Member of Parliament Lloyd Russell-Moyle, 32, revealed that he had lived with HIV for almost a decade. "This is a long journey from fear to acceptance," the legislator said. He also sent a message of optimism to remember that with the right treatment you can lead a truly normal life and criticize that, apart from all the information that exists today about it, it has not changed the narrative of fear that has ruled the world since the eighties. "I want to come to this place to tell everyone who lives with HIV that their country does not define them," he concluded.