A HIV-positive teenager is campaigning online for better education about the virus in English schools.
Luke Alexander, 19, says many students don’t get vital information that could prevent them from contracting HIV.
HIV charity Terrence Higgins Trust says the topic is only raised in science lessons and many pupils miss out.
The government told Newsbeat: “Pupils must learn about sexually transmitted infections such as HIV/Aids as part of sex and relationship education.”
“I have been HIV positive for one year and it’s amazing how much of my life has changed.