In his speech, the MP read quotes from people who described people as "fags getting what they deserve", calling out those who "weaponise HIV to attack LGBT people" and perpetuate LGBT stigma.
In a parallel survey of 1000 members of the general public, 86 per cent indicated they would behave negatively toward people who inject drugs with 28 per cent indicating this would "often" or "always" be the case.
A British MP has become the first sitting member to disclose he is HIV positive to the United Kingdom parliament.
"Again, I emphasize that with early detection of HIV and proper treatment and care, people can live long and healthy lives, but we should not forget the importance of prevention as well", the minister said.
"Next year I will be marking an anniversary of my own, 10 years since I became HIV positive", said Russell-Moyle, who represents the opposition Labour party for Brighton Kemptown on the English south coast.
"Please encourage your family and friends to get tested", Mr. Seymour said in his message.
Labour's leader Jeremy Corbyn called his speech "brave" and "moving".
- One in four people, about 9 million, are unaware that they are HIV-positive. And to effectively monitor viral load, people living with HIV need access to viral load testing every 12 months.
While impressive gains have been made in scaling up access to treatment, we have not seen the same success in HIV prevention and we are failing to reach marginalized populations.
And experts say the stigma behind it often prevents people from seeking medical advice or treatment.
He is only the second MP to announce he has the virus, with former Labour MP Chris Smith revealing his status in a newspaper interview in 2005.
More information is available at the Centre for Social Research in Health.