Introduction: I am Roley from united states ,living with HIV since 2010 and early waited years for finding Hiv single through online.I finally found my partner and living happily. I really want to share some thoughts for you.
Living With HIV can be difficult if you're looking for a little romance, but what can be more difficult is getting rejected for it. Personally, I can say I was lucky to find my soul mate and husband, but not many of us are that lucky. Many of us have decided that we will only date other people living with HIV. I asked a couple of people why they would only date HIV positive people and I heard people say that they like the fact that the person they are dating knows what they are going through, that they don't like using condoms and that they feel more supported; All these factors have been very interesting to me. When I was dating someone it was hard to reveal, but in the end I did. As I became more comfortable with my HIV status, it became easier and easier to reveal it to my partners. Also, now that PrEP and U = U have come into play, should we as HIV-positive people only hang out with other HIV-positive people?
I did other research and looked for HIV dating sites. Of course, many of them were targeting both HIV positive and negative singles. There were many options and most had the typical singles dating questions like, are you planning to get married? do you want children? What do you look and observe in your partner? But they also had questions about whether love-seekers were undetectable or were taking PrEP.
I have dated HIV positive and negative men in the past and it made no difference to me. When I was rejected due to my HIV status, I learned to say in my head: "FUCK YOU ... NEXT !! Why waste time feeling bad about something you have no control over? Ignorance is a blessing and now you have to let them go in peace.
I started thinking about HIV singles dating site again and asked myself, "Are they really needed? And if so, can anyone tell me why?"
In my opinion, my answer is Yes and really needed. One of the main reasons I think positive dating sites are necessary is that people are tired of rejection. I know many people who suffer from anxiety simply from going on a date and having to think about how they will reveal their HIV status to someone who is negative. So you need to think about how stigma affects a person. People don't want to be despised because of their HIV status. Therefore, they feel they have no pressure to disclose if they are going to a positive dating site. There is no additional pressure to lie or reveal one's status just to find love.
If you are new to HIV, you may feel more comfortable starting your online research with people who are also HIV positive. They know what you are going through and they understand the disease. Because this is such a popular way to go, you will find tons of dating sites and personal networks for positive people. Some Best HIV Positive Dating Sites 2021 are :
My answer is that we should not do this. There is too much HIV education out there for ignorant people to reject you because of your HIV status. It is wrong. But we all have our "preferences", right? Again, let's not bother with ignorant people who obviously only see the virus instead of seeing you for the beautiful person you are.believe me, someone will love you regardless of your HIV status.
·Post a photo: If not, you will never get an answer from other people. (Find out that you won't even reply to profiles without a photo.
Do not photoshop your photo to look better or do not use one from five years ago when you were thirty pounds less. Choose a flattering image, of course, but make sure it is current and accurate. Do not advertise goods that you can not deliver! Your photo should be a good close-up, with your head and shoulders clear so that people can see who you really are.
·Be specific in your profile. Do you like music and are you having fun? So that everyone does! mention what kind of music you like, name your favorite artists or any other related to them. And mention which "fun" you likes. If he is looking for the best imported Belgian beers in your city, say so.
·Keep moving things. Reply to messages immediately, in a day or two at the latest. Quickly switch between email and phone conversation. Get a much better idea of what someone is really talking about on the phone.
·Protect your privacy. There are scammers, fraudsters and thieves on the Internet, as well as honest people like you, who are looking for love. Keep your private address, job and other personal information until you go out on a date or two. Never, ever, give your Social Security number, bank information or PIN to anyone on the Internet for any reason!
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