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October 25, 2021
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Facebook Twitter Google Digg Reddit LinkedIn Email, an online dating site for people living with chronic sexually transmitted diseases, is pleased to report that users have been posting positive reviews of their services. The site helps people find others in similar circumstances (and with similar interests) for the purposes of starting relationships, making friends or simply sharing their experiences. With a range of highly advanced functions and features, the site puts like-minded people together, thereby ensuring that they have more in common than their medical diagnosis alone.

“ understands what it’s like to have a secret,” says the dating site for positive singles. “We have 20+ years of trusted matchmaking under our belts, with a dedicated Trust and Safety team by your side. That means no bad players — just genuine people looking for real relationships. Since 2019, has been a standalone STD dating site for positive singles. Unlike other STD communities, our platform is not a part of an affiliate network; rather, is on its own, giving you the newest and most unique STD community experience. Positive singles log in and search on their desktop and mobile device anywhere in the world.”

One aspect that sets apart is the fact that the site can be used for more than dating. Often, those who find themselves living with a chronic, sometimes life altering, condition do not necessarily know everything they need to know about it. Finding a sympathetic, reliable source of information is easier said than done, which is why many people enjoy using so much. The site offers information on various STDs along with valuable advice for those looking to date while living with sexually transmitted diseases. It provides helpful tips on what to do after a diagnosis, what it might mean in the long term and how to have the dreaded ‘talk’ with partners and potential partners.

There are far more people living with sexually transmitted infections in the United States than most might assume. Often, STIs are referred to as the most hidden epidemics in the United States. According to the CDC, there are 20 million new infections every year, with the most common being Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, Hepatitis B, Genital Herpes, HIV, Syphilis, Trichomoniasis and Human Papillomavirus (HPV). These infections cost billions of dollars to treat every year and mainly affect people between the ages of 15 and 24. Most infections can be managed with proper treatment, and anyone can live a long, healthy life with them. encourages people with sexually transmitted infections to live full lives — both in terms of finding love as well as non-romantic pursuits.

A lot of users have shared their stories with, trusting the site to honor its commitment to confidentiality. One user who learned they had HSV2 on their birthday says about their experience, “On the day I was supposed to be celebrating, I received a call early in the 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 (I always called it herpes and thought it was a curable infection). To get the news that I was infected, and now I carried an incurable infection was too much for me to handle. I thought of my friends, my life and my girlfriend and started getting angry at anyone I suspected might have given me the virus. I hid from people for the rest of the day.”

With the help of a doctor and with time, the user slowly learned that their diagnosis was not a death sentence. Their story continues, "The doctor tried to calm me down. I was over any counseling but I agreed to go to his office the next day. What got me worried is that I just turned 18 and had HSV2. The next day, I went to his office, and 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 assisting 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.”

Visit today and meet other people living with sexually transmitted infections. Michael Task of can be reached for more information.

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