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May 15, 2020
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Facebook Twitter Google Digg Reddit LinkedIn Email, a dating site for people living with chronic sexually transmitted diseases, would like to announce that they are offering a series of special deals. These deals come in the form of coupons that offer 63% off for 12 months of premium membership, 33% off 3 months, 50% off 6 months and so on.

The site was built to cater specifically to people living with STDs, giving them a second chance at dating. “Our goal is to help people impacted by such conditions feel normal again in a relationship,” the site says. “Meet Positives helps positive singles avoid the embarrassment and possible rejection that follows them telling a potential mate about their condition. Our members join because they want to find and date others who have experienced the same struggles. 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.”

Unlike most other sites of this kind, Meet Positives uses different criteria to not only match people with the same interests but also put people together that have a higher chance of forming healthy, long lasting bonds. With the compatibility dimensions at Meet Positives, one can rest assured that they will find the perfect match within a very short space of time. Unlike traditional personal ads, Meet Positives places great emphasis on detail to help create compatible matches. This is why Meet Positives is the number one dating site for positive singles.

“It is all too common that couples get together and do not talk about their sexual health before becoming intimate,” says Meet Positives. “This typically puts them into a position where they feel like it is too late to disclose their condition. When this situation happens, it is only a matter of time before their guilt starts to play a role in the destruction of the new relationship. The couple will have to face the truth about one of them having an STD but by the time this happens, both partners will have the disease and will most likely break up.”

This scenario keeps happening due to the stigma that people with STDs face. The fear of how one may be treated if their partner were to become aware of their status leads to many people choosing to remain silent for fear of rejection. This has regrettably caused an increase in STD transmission. Meet Positives works to help positive people get around this issue by making it so they never have to have ‘the talk’ again. The site provides a safe space for people living with chronic sexually transmitted infections to meet other people in similar situations and pursue a romantic relationship without fear of discrimination or simply share their stories.

There are cases where positives might have engaged in risky behaviour and been infected but this does not mean that they then deserve the stigma they face. Meet Positives has stories from members who have been in this position that show that they are just as deserving of equal treatment as everyone else.

One member who found they were infected with HSV2 says, “On the day I was supposed to be celebrating, I received a call early morning from the doctor and he told me that what I was suffering from was not all that serious because it could be managed with proper treatment. This was the first time I heard about HSV2. To get the news that I was infected and that I now carried an incurable infection was too much for me to handle. What got me worried is that I just turned 18 and had HSV2. The next day, I went to his office. After some explanations, I calmed down and began accepting the situation as it was. It took a few other visits, and I thank the doctor for being such a helpful professional in helping me cope with my infection. Word of advice; the infection is more in the mind than it is in your physical body. The faster you learn to accept yourself, the faster your body will learn to fight the virus.”

There are dozens of similar stories on the site, and many have found Meet Positives to be exactly what they need to get back out into the dating world. Read more about Meet Positives and the Meet Positives deals that are currently available at their website and other online resources.

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