You can connect with others, make new friends, and build the confidence to go out there and mingle.
There are support groups on the internet specifically made for individuals like you with this condition.
On these sites, you can meet others who are going through what you are going through.
Unique features about privacy protection, including ” anonymous emails”, “”Quick Exit”, “hide photos from basic members” are offered to its members based on the speciality of the niche dating field.
With basic membership, members can create a life-time profile, add 26 photos, do a quick search,send out free winks, reply to emails and instant messages sent by gold members, check treatment stories, post and comment on blogs and forums.
“I thought it would last six months or a year.” His community has lead to others, such as Positive Singles (for people with HIV and herpes) and Hope (for people with herpes and other STIs) The sites’ interfaces resemble Tinder in all but one way: They also give users the option to reveal their particular diagnoses.
These services are only for people with STIs, which has provided a refuge for daters looking to avoid stigma.But dating sites such as HIVNet, a community for people living with HIV that launched in 2001, are trying to reduce the stigma.“It was started for purely selfish reasons,” the site’s founder, Rick Burton, who is HIV-positive, tells Vice.Having an STI can definitely complicate your love life.Case in point: More than 70 percent of men say they’d dump an HIV-positive partner, according to a 2017 study by online doctor service Dr Ed.“The disclosure is stressful in the beginning, but then becomes almost empowering,” Anderson tells Vice.