People with HIV/AIDS is a sad thing， but being HIV and single doesn’t mean ones dating life is over.
When someone found he/she has HIV/AIDS, the first thing he/she think is keeping the secret. The thought of having to disclose their diagnosis is often overwhelming, leaving many positive singles giving up on both dating and love altogether—but it doesn’t have to be that way. In an effort to create a community for friendship, dating, and love the developers atwww.hivpositivedatingsites.net have created a friendship and dating website for straight and gay singles around the world.
“Being HIV and single doesn’t mean you have to be alone. In fact, the more love and companionship you have in your life—the happier and more fulfilling your life will be.”
In the last few decades the life expectancy for those with early HIV diagnosis, and regular antiviral treatment has skyrocketed from less than 15 years, to up to 50+ years. This means that life is not over for those that are HIV and single. Not only has life expectancy significantly increased, but the onset of full-blown AIDS in most diagnosed is delayed too.
“We strive to be ‘the place to be for HIV positive singles.’ While safety must still be top of mind when dating other positive singles, the knowledge-base and understanding when dating other HIV and single individuals is beyond compare.”
An active social and dating life is a healthy and joyful part of life. If you are HIV and single and are looking for friendship with other HIV singles, or looking to date and find love—you can visit dating site www.hivpositivedatingsites.net . The site welcomes gay and straight HIV singles from around the world of all cultures, races, and religions who are looking for friendship and love.