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Unlike some of his older friends, Nest had relatively few problems coming out.
“I’ve known I was gay since I was 11 or 12,” he says.
“I’ve never hidden it, and I didn’t have any trouble at school – most of my friends are gay or transgender, and my teachers liked me because I worked hard.
My mum wasn’t happy at first, but she’s come to accept it.” Nest met his first boyfriend online in 2010 when he was 14, through a video chatting site.
But some of my friends just meet up for sex.” Nest (right) and friend Jesse look at gay dating apps on a smart phone, in Bangkok, Thailand.
The accessibility of mobile technology and social media has contributed to a rise in new HIV infections among adolescents in the Asia-Pacific region, according to a new UNICEF report.
The changing social landscape brought on by new technology has helped create a ‘hidden epidemic’ of HIV among adolescents in the Asia-Pacific region.
At first, he used Grindr and Jack’d, the most popular gay apps.“I was living in Bang Kapi at the time,” he recalls.“We talked online for two months, then I came to Bangkok to meet him.The ribbons linked to information about HIV and details of the user’s nearest voluntary testing centre.In Hong Kong, Peter Sabine, a 34-year-old DJ and founder of the city’s first gay football team, One Nil, confirms the picture found in the UNICEF report.