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The project Naked Man HIV+ is simple, straightforward and honest.
It is ten shots of HIV-positive men. In 2021, HIV-positive people are common, but we cannot, do not want to or perhaps it is not yet time to "put our face on it".
Emiliano Di Meo
Emiliano Di Meo lives in Rome, where he graduated in Foreign Languages and Literature.
He made his debut in 2013 as a self-published author, publishing "IL CHIAROSCURO DELLE COSE".
Fabio Samela, aka Fab(b)io, was born in Atella, Basilicata, in 2002, where he cultivated a passion for art from an early age, which he developed in photography.
Continuously searching for his own personal style, he now combines writing with photography, creating metto-style cartoons that deal with social issues and excerpts of life.
I fight my insecurities by showing them off, the camera lens has helped me a lot to believe in my potential and to make myself known, first to myself and then to others.
My character in 'Her and Her' was inspired by a real person. He used to dress up and fight.
Because he was very effeminate, he was thrown out by his awful family. He couldn't find work as a salesman or be accepted as an apprentice hairdresser in the respectable Messina of the 1980s.
From Thursday 21 January, 'Rifiorire dentro', the new single from Salento singer-songwriter Greta Portacci, will be available on all digital platforms.
Lorenzo Balducci, 38, is an actor from Rome. Over the years he has shared the stage with Valeria Golino, Claudio Santamaria, Monica Bellucci, Michel Blanc, Richard Madden and Billy Zane. He recently appeared in the film "Gli anni amari" by Andrea Adriatico.
Marco Gray debuts in 2013 with "Marco e l'ape", his first musical project with which he takes his first steps as a singer and songwriter.
Simone Alliva is a professional journalist. He lives in Rome where he writes about politics and civil rights. He is the author of several investigations for L'Espresso, including L'Italia è omofoba (Italy is Homophobic), winner of the Diversity Media Awards 2020.