Below you'll find links to social and dating networks geared specifically for heterosexuals, or which provide space for HIV-positive heterosexual women and men in addition to the broader HIV/AIDS community.
Basic safety rules apply in online dating, just as they do in real-life dating: Keep your personal information personal (phone, address, workplace, etc.), know your own motives and boundaries, trust your gut while getting to know someone, and don't be afraid to ask lots of questions.
Positive Singles is the best, largest, completely anonymous and most trusted online dating site for people with Herpes, HPV, HIV / AIDS and other STDs in the world.
We have 60,000 STD dating success stories, 120,000 daily conversations, 15,000 daily active members and 500 daily blog posts. You are not required to submit any information that would make you uncomfortable.
Apart from this, our dating site also offers help through community forums and medical information, with expert advice for members going through the different stages of dating.
everyone's doing it, including people living with HIV/AIDS.
With improved treatments, they are living longer and enjoying a better quality of life.Our community is for such people offering a place where members can move on with their life and meet potential partners and spouses.They can even ask HIV counselors any queries and doubts they have about their problems.Someone may become sicker once the second strain of the virus enters the system.This happens because the new strain may be more difficult for the immune system to control, or because the new strain is resistant to the HIV medications the person is taking.