Meetpositives.com, a site aimed at helping those with herpes meet other single people with herpes, is pleased to announce the launch of their new apps. The site provides an environment where single people with herpes can find other people with the virus without any fear of discrimination. Now, Meetpositives.com has launched new apps that are designed to make dating with a positive status even easier.
Most dating websites have some sort of app in addition to the main site and now Meetpositives.com is one of them. The site is built specifically for STD positive people looking for an alternative dating space where their condition is not something they have to discuss with every potential partner. “Our members join because they want to find and date others who have experienced the same struggles,” says Meetpositives.com. “Our algorithm matches people who are living with the same condition(s), by distance and by their personal saved criteria. Registered members enjoy searching profiles of positive singles who also want to date, share their stories, and learn more about their conditions on discussion forums.”
The creators of Meetpositives.com know what a positive status can mean and how it feels to have a secret that could be embarrassing if revealed, and so the new app is designed to be as secure as possible. It works on every platform, including Android, iPhone, tablet or desktop. The app is 100% responsive to all devices.
“You are not alone,” states Meetpositives.com. “Sexually transmitted infections are some of the most hidden epidemics and, according to the CDC, there are 20 million new viral infections every year in the US. The most common STI/STDs in the US are Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, Hepatitis B, Genital Herpes, HIV, Syphilis, Trichomoniasis and Human Papillomavirus (HPV).”
Each year, infections cost about $16 billion to treat, with about half of these infections occurring in young people between the ages of 15 and 24. The aforementioned viruses infect almost 59.5 million people and about 50.5 million men are infected. This amounts to an estimated 110 million people living with STDs in the US alone. These infections can, however, be managed if one follows the treatment program set out by their specialist and generally leads a healthy life. Catching an STD does not mean one’s life is over, notably, and many people with STDs still go on to live full, long and healthy lives. Meetpositives.com understands that even positive people want to live full lives, which is why the platform helps them meet other people in the same situation to speak to, learn from and even fall in love with.
“At Meetpositives.com, we are not only interested in helping you find love, but also making it last long-term,” says the herpes dating website. “For this reason, we provide free advice and tips on how to build a strong relationship that will lead to happiness. We have created a community where you can share all of your concerns and information that you feel will help others. From this community, you will also get something in return. You will receive important details about how to handle your condition and how to live well with other positives.”
Dating can be difficult for everyone and doubly so for those living with herpes or any other chronic STD. It can be difficult to have the dreaded ‘talk’ with a partner because of the fear of being rejected purely because of the STD. Meetpositives.com helps people meet other people in similar circumstances and eliminates the need to have the talk completely. The process is as simple as creating an account, adding some information and then meeting other people who share the same or a similar story.
“Our catchphrase, "Never have 'the talk' again," is really the main reason why someone would want to find a trusted website to submit their profile to in hopes of finding someone like them. We understand how difficult dating can be for positive singles because we reached out to many who have an STD and we learned from their experiences,” the dating site says.
Anyone living with Herpes or any other STD who is interested in getting in touch with other people in similar situations is encouraged to make a Meetpositives.com account today. The site also has a YouTube channel for herpes, which has a lot of information on the virus and how to live with it.
SOURCE: Press Advantage [Link]
Meet Positive is an alternative to dating and a second chance for positive singles who live with a sexually transmitted disease.
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