“Estigma Ceropositivo” (2012), was presented with the aim of educating the community about the discrimination that surrounds people diagnosed with HIV. The project has been presented with the support of the Latin American Foundation for Social Action (FLAS), in different national HIV conferences, Club Crystal, Lonestar University, Health Fairs, and the Consulate of Mexico. Thanks to this work, FLAS and GTI join their talents to collaborate and create “FlasNovelas” (2015), a project of 10 episodes which were transmitted in a serial format over the internet (web series). In this project, the Mexican singer and actress, Irma Infante, daughter of the idol Pedro Infante, participated. FlasNovelas has been taken to various national conferences, since the content of the stories addresses issues about HIV, drugs, abuse, the LGBT community, among others.
“Prejuicio” (2014), shows the lack of acceptance and support that exists towards the LGBT community. The presentations were made in different places such as: Midtown Art Center, Viviana’s Night Club, and community centers.