Meetpositives.com has announced that they are offering an HIV dating and community support website. This is in response to the difficulties that people with HIV are encountering when it comes to dating. People with HIV often find that most people want to avoid them, including close family and friends. And when they tell someone they are interested in about their infection, they are likely to be rejected. The Meet Positives website offers a solution by allowing them to meet other people with a similar situation. It will also allow them to learn more about their condition from the experiences of others and the resources available through the website.
Jack Lombardi, owner of Meet Positives, says, “Meetpositives.com is an online STD dating site that offers HIV positive singles a platform to share information and be in a community. You will build your confidence and outlook on life once you interact with people who understand your situation.”
He continues, “HIV positive singles can enjoy a number of benefits when they become members of Meet Positives. One of the biggest benefits is finding a community that will teach you how to live a better life with HIV. The main goal of Meetpositive.com is to provide a platform for HIV positive singles to find love.”
There are more than 1.2 million people with HIV in the USA but 1 in 8 people are not aware that they have been infected. HIV can affect anyone regardless of gender, sexual orientation, age, race, or culture. And it can take a long time for the symptoms to become apparent, which is why many people don’t realized they have HIV. People who take part in unprotected sex with several partners are at a higher risk of contracting HIV. Furthermore, gay, bisexual and men who have sex with other men are at a higher risk of getting the infection. Fortunately, there are antiretroviral drugs that can help suppress the symptoms and keep the virus inactive. And as long as people with HIV will comply with the treatment plan and take all the prescribed medications, they may be able to live a normal and happy life.
Meet Positives provides an alternative to conventional dating sites and their mission is to help people who have STDs, such as HIV, to develop normal relationships with other people. They can help HIV positive people avoid the embarrassment and potential rejection by informing a potential partner about their condition. This is done by matching people who are in similar situations. The matching algorithm that they use will look for people living with the same condition, and base on their distance and their personal preferences.
Those who become registered members of Meet Positives are allowed to search profiles of positive singles who are interested in dating and sharing their experiences and stories. They would also have the opportunity to know more about their condition on discussion forums. And members will not just be able to use traditional personal ads. They will be able to focus on details to truly discover a compatible match and have a different but interesting online dating experience. This is just one of the key reasons why Meet Positives has become recognized as a leading online dating site for positive singles.
Meet Positives offers specific pages for positive gay singles, HIV singles, herpes singles, hepatitis singles, and HPV singles. Just like with HIV positive people, it should be noted that dating with herpes can be really difficult and scary. By meeting others who are in similar situations, herpes singles may be able to have peace of mind. They may be able to find people who really understand the fears of those who are suffering from herpes and are looking forward to developing normal relationships again.
Those who are interested in learning more about how Meet Positives can offer opportunities for dating for people with the HIV virus may want to check out the website, or contact them on the telephone or through email.
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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