Charlie Sheen
Actor Charlie Sheen arrives at the Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party in West Hollywood, California February 28, 2016. Reuters/Gus Ruelas

In November 2015, Charlie Sheen announced that he is HIV positive, and since then he hasn’t had much time for romance. He is busy spreading HIV and AIDS awareness with his new role as brand ambassador for LELO’s HEX condoms. He is helping the company unveil its new condom line and speaking up on why safe sex is important.

There are no marriage plans for Sheen as of now. There is no one special right now in his life and he is not dating anybody. He has got his hands full taking care of his family and his own health. He also revealed that he has no desire to marry again after being married thrice.

“I think I’d sooner walk on the moon in exactly what I’m wearing then head back to the altar… When you’re terrible at something, why keep doing it… I’m 0 for 3,” Sheen told Extra .

As far as his HIV positive status is concerned, Sheen believes that the drug he is currently taking, PRO 140, is the future of HIV treatment. He is taking part in the FDA trial study for the drug. After taking the shot once a week, he has been able to bypass the nasty side-effects of a combination of HIV drugs. His migraines and stomach pains are also gone. He has completed his eighth week.

The 50-year-old Hollywood actor is taking care of his health and is looking good. He is on a regular exercise regimen and diet. He doesn’t take much. Sheen said that it was not only his HIV diagnosis that changed his life but also a combination of lot of other factors.

Now, he is on a mission to get better and also help others be more aware of HIV and safe sex via LELO condoms campaign. Manufactures of the LELO HEX have claimed that it is the first major condom innovation in 70 years.

“Shouldn’t a guy with five kids, a granddaughter and HIV be buying condoms and not selling them, but it does kind of make perfect sense. I don’t know if there is a better ‘spokesperson’ past, future and present to talk about the importance of condoms and the stigma they’ve had for so long,” Sheen said.

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Sheen has a movie coming out that he is hoping will debut at the Toronto Film Festival on 9/11. It also stars Whoopi Goldberg and Luis Guzman. He is also looking to make a return to TV and already has couple of shows in mind. For the next five years, Sheen wants to honour all his professional and personal commitments, stay healthy and keep chasing an HIV cure.