Dating site for sexually transmitted diseases
It’s precisely the lack of support available that led Max (who didn't wish for his full name to be made public) to set up H-YPE! He believes it’s the stigma that is making the sites so popular. are important because they enable people with herpes or HPV to find answers to their burning questions in a safe and secure environment.” In fact, with all the members I spoke too, society’s general ignorance towards STIs was what caused them to sign up; they’ve become a source of company, advice and support.For some, they’ve even given the hope for a future of marriage and children that they thought lost to them when first diagnosed.
Popular HIV dating sites such as Poz Personals have a decent membership base, which ensures you land an ideal partner with greater ease.
Hey, it’s a cruel world out there and anyone bandying about phrases about how it’s ‘empowering being single’ or ‘it’ll clear up in three to five days’ whilst looking vaguely pitying, might as well be mentally confining you to a life of sexlessness - or so it can feel.
But with the number of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) rising in the UK each year, it’s not only those who wear a lot of zebra print and have a working knowledge of the Wetherspoons’ toilet cubicles that are affected, as urban myths would have you believe.
Some of these new digital dating agencies, which are free of charge, cater specifically to certain diseases, while others take a more general approach and don’t just confine themselves to the incurable: Chlamydia and even thrush are all on the handy drop down menus.
Positive Singles boasts of 30,000 registered UK members - while Herpes Dating says it has 794,600 members – with more than 60,000 dating success stories.