If you are seeking HIV romance, companionship or medical advice from others, is the right place for you.
At HIV Passions site, you can use ‘HIV Groups’ to find others who are dealing with similar issues.
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.
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.
“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.
It has many members from US, Canada, UK and Australia.
It offers a platform for HIV singles and people with AIDS to have interest in meeting other people for friendship, companionship and dating.
I’ve been living with diagnosed HIV for many years.
In that time I’ve had my share of sexual and romantic rejections on the basis of my HIV status.
You can start with a free membership to see others and pay .99 per month to have better control.
It keeps featuring advice from members and going through various stages of dating.