It is certainly one of the most emotional expressions that have been heard in the British Parliament. At a meeting for the next World AIDS Day, MP MP Lloyd Russell-Moyle, 32, found she had been living with HIV for almost ten years. "It was a long way from fear of acceptance," he told the legislator. He also sent a message of optimism to realize that with the right medication you can lead a completely normal life and criticize the fact that, despite all the information that exists today, there has been no change in the narrative of fear that has ruled the world since then in the eighties. "I wanted to come to this place to tell everyone living with HIV that their state is not defining them," he concluded.