Marina Alexandrova spoke about AIDS
Popular actress surprised fans photo without make-up. Marina Aleksandrova posted a picture that was supposed to tell people that the virus is not so terrible.
The whole world on 1 December marked world day against AIDS. In activities aimed at combating this terrible disease took part of the star around the world, not the exception and became the stars of domestic show business. Namely, this problem has directed attention and famous Russian actress Marina Aleksandrova.
The singer in the vast social network outlined all the fans that the virus is not so terrible. Aleksandrov has posted on my page in Instagram photo without make-up in a hoodie with the words "AIDS. CENTER", to draw attention to one of the worst diseases of our time.
"Now the main mission - to tell that the virus is not so terrible. Awful the horror before him. The horror of knowledge. Fear before treatment. The terror of those who will have to tell. The horror of life in new circumstances. From time to time it seems that is easier to die than to live. Because and so significantly to help people, who learned about their positive status, to overcome this horror. To help people who are afraid to confess their own positive status to the family and even himself. To help people who are afraid to donate blood for analysis. We wish to say - don't be afraid, we are with you. A couple of years you'll realize how empty and stupid this was fear. And how great that it is no longer," wrote Alexandrov in social networks.
Note that the fans of the actress, after reading the post noted not only the noble act of the Marina, but also how she looks great without make-up. "And you're beautiful without makeup? The usual pretty woman," "Thank you, Marina, for the right words, so accurately, without excess, mainly about the main thing...unfortunately the stupidity and ignorance is ruining this planet. And if wise people teach stupid, can and many difficulties can be unacceptable. Because this is an unreasonable society, drives into the scope of those who are sick," supported subscribers Marina Alexandrova.