Anisha Joshi host of Dating Unlocked

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Lifelong dance connoisseur, from child to adult, Anisha Joshi has set her sites on more. Anisha Joshi has danced her way from stage to commercials and now she’s taking her dedication of dance and turning it into a television career as the host of the new webseries Dating Unlocked.

In each webisode of Dating Unlocked, daters are set up to to discover if they are ready for love.

What if on a first date you were given a key to unlock parts of each other’s lives that might otherwise be kept hidden for months, years or possibly forever? Each 12 minute episode features a date where lives, hearts and homes will be unlocked in the pursuit of happily ever after.

Everyone wants to put their best foot forward on a date.  We want to highlight our assets while hiding the parts of ourselves that we’re unhappy with, not proud of, or simply would prefer to keep secret.

But what if we had to reveal a more accurate picture of who we really are on our first date?  Would it streamline the process of finding true love? Each episode follows two people as they meet a potential mate on a first date. Our love birds have been hand-selected by a matchmaker (our host, Anisha Joshi) based on their submitted video dating profiles. 

Anisha Joshi Dating Unlocked
Anisha Joshi host of Dating Unlocked
Anisha Joshi host of Dating Unlocked
Dating Unlocked host Anisha Joshi

If you enjoyed this interview with Anisha Joshi, explore more interviews with Border2Border Entertainment actors and talent.

I=I C'est quoi ça?

I=I, c’est quoi ça? La science est claire. Lorsqu’une personne vivant avec le VIH est traitée de façon efficace et possède une charge virale indétectable, il n’existe aucun risque de transmission sexuelle du VIH. Les temps ont changé, et c’est une excellente nouvelle!

L’Alliance pour la santé sexuelle des hommes gais jette un coup d’œil kitsch et mignon sur la façon dont les avancées dans les traitements du VIH changent notre pratique du sexe qui nous allume.

Cette vidéo véhicule le message d’I=I, ou indétectable = intransmissible. Le message d’I=I, développé par Prevention Access Campaign, offre la chance aux hommes gais et bisexuels d’accueillir une nouvelle ère de l’épidémie du VIH.

I=I permet à la communauté gaie de réfléchir et de célébrer les avancées dans la prévention, le traitement et les soins qui peuvent aider à mettre fin à l’épidémie de VIH. La clé pour mettre fin à l’épidémie de VIH est de mettre fin à la stigmatisation entourant le virus. Une façon importante d’aborder cette stigmatisation est d’être informé au sujet des réalités actuelles concernant le VIH et la science reliée au VIH.

Et la science est claire. Lorsqu’une personne vivant avec le VIH est traitée de façon efficace et possède une charge virale indétectable, il n’existe aucun risque de transmission sexuelle du VIH.

Pour plus d’informations, consultez le sites:

https://sexequitallume.ca/charge-vira…

https://www.preventionaccess.org/reso…

https://www.catie.ca/fr/pdm/printemps…

Produit par Charlie David et Nico Stagias pour Border2Border Entertainment. https://Border2Border.ca

U=U You've seen it, but what does it mean?

U=U. Maybe you’ve seen this posted on someone’s dating profile but weren’t sure what it meant. Well you’ve landed in the right spot because we’re excited to share what U=U means and hope you’ll share the good news with your friends! When someone says or writes U=U it means undetectable=untransmittable. Cool, now let’s break that down further with the science.

The science is clear. When a person living with HIV is effectively on treatment and has an undetectable viral load, there is zero risk of HIV being transmitted through sex. Times have changed. And this is great news! The Gay Men’s Sexual Health Alliance presents a cute and campy glimpse into how advances in treatments for HIV are changing how we have the sex we want.

This video portrays the message of U=U, or undetectable equals untransmittable, and how it is transforming the relationship gay and bisexual men have to HIV, and to each other. The message of U=U, developed by the Prevention Access Campaign, gives an opportunity for gay and bisexual men to embrace a new era in the HIV epidemic.

U=U provides the gay community with the opportunity to reflect upon, and celebrate the successes in, the fight to end HIV, and to focus on the tools we have available to end this epidemic. Key to ending the epidemic is ending HIV stigma. An important way to address stigma is to be informed about the current realities of HIV and HIV related science.

And the science is clear, when a person living with HIV is effectively on treatment and has an undetectable viral load, there is zero risk of HIV being transmitted through sex.

Actor Addie Batson enjoys his bubble bath while talking on the phone. https://youtu.be/-1EQH5t9t-U

For more information on U=U, check out

https://thesexyouwant.ca/undetectable…

https://www.preventionaccess.org/reso…

https://www.catie.ca/en/pif/spring-20…

See how the U=U Bathtub video was created with interviews from cast and crew.

This video series for Gay Men’s Sexual Health was written, directed and produced by Charlie David and Nico Stagias of Border2Border Entertainment. https://Border2Border.ca