Stella Ng is HIV-positive, and is determined to spread the virus. It's easier than she expected.
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Stella's mother is a prostitute who contracted HIV.When Stella was nine, her mother told her that there might be a chance of a mother-to-child transmission.
At merely nine, Stella thought that was cool to be sick, so she told her classmates that she was HIV-positive. From then on, her life changed—people avoided her. She was cruelly socially marginalized—despite her being HIV-negative after a test. She tried to convince others that she was HIV-negative; but people still avoid her. "Better safe than sorry," they had said. The food stall vendor in school refused to sell food to her upon seeing a cut on her arm. Her one and only boyfriend broke up with her after knowing about the rumours.
Angry with the stigma and unfairness, she went on to deliberately contract HIV, and when she was seventeen, began to seduce men to spread the virus.
How is HIV transmitted? Is it through blood or is it through words?
Which is deadlier? The virus or the stigma?
Low Kay Hwa, Singapore best-selling author, wrote a provocative novel that will lead readers to wonder: How do we fight back the unfairness in our life?
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