We meet on the best herpes dating site - PositiveSingles.com, He messaged me first, and what started as a friendship became more. He lived in Texas and I live in New Mexico. After about a month of 4 hour phone calls, he drove to see me, We agreed to only hang out one night. But 4 days later we were staying good byes outside my house, less then 24 hours of him leaving, I had just got off work and we jokingly said let's meet half way. Two crazy kids in love drove 2 hours each way to meet half way. After 30 mins of hugging outside a Dennies I told him to come back to New Mexico with me. Here we are, 4 months later. He never went home. This was one of the ones I could tell my parents how we meet.

Advice to other members:

Just know that we are all here because we want the best for someone else. It take a lot of guts to be upfront and honest about such a life changing situation. Be positive and don't give up. There is someone out there for everyone.

MLD19942and KING520, Albuquerque, United States, Aug 01, 2017

 

I never used these type of herpes dating apps before and didn't think they worked. Given my recent conditions, I decided that it would be worth the try. I was on the app for 3 months, and i went on two dates. The first one was very positive and fun, but no connection. The second date was instant ignition! We have been spending every weekend together ever since. My friends and acquaintances are very impressed. Comments always made like, "wow! you guys are so beautiful together" or "Damn... we really like her".

Advice to other members:

Patience is very important. Try not to lose momentum in the dating world. If you get no reply or no call back... It's okay because it's not meant to be. In the end, everything happens for a reason. For every cause there is an effect. He or she is out there!

 

JoeyMech, Tampa, United States, Jul 18, 2017


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There are many dating apps for people with herpes, HSV, HIV etc. Which ones offer the features you want and gives you real access to people you might be compatible with?

Here Herpes Dating Site lists the best herpes dating apps for IOS and Android in 2017, download them all and see which one you like. Your special someone is waiting to meet you right now.

  • Positive Singles

Positive Singles was launched in 2002 and has been the consistent number 1 of all herpes dating sites. Read Positive Singles Review and you will know why they are considered the best herpes dating site. They have a long track record of bringing those diagnosed with STD’s together with successful relationships as a result.

The Positive Singles app and website are more established and tested over time than most. There are a lot of successful dating and relationship stories for people suffering from herpes and many other types of STD’s coming from actual users of this app.

  • MPWH

The MPWH app and website are built exclusively for those diagnosed and living with genital or oral herpes. The setup is much like traditional dating sites, but it allows you to reply to email messages without paid membership. There are some limitations on functions with the free membership, but you can browse the profiles as much as you want. It is a very laid back and friendly community that stays very active.

MPWH ( meet people with herpes )is a website and app that allows herpes diagnosed people from all over the world to connect and form relationships discreetly. The MPWH app is free to download and start at any time.

  • Hift

The Hift app launched in 2015 to allow users with a variety of diagnosed STD’s a non-judgmental platform to meet, chat and build relationships.

The Hift app is designed to help people build friendships, date and discover love after being diagnosed with all types of STD’s. There is no current desktop version. It is easy to use and has members that span a large swath of the US, but members might not always be available in your exact location. It is a growing community of people that are able to share similar stories and experiences.

 

 

 

I have a boyfriend...thank you :) I met him on here....and am very happy.

We emailed for 2 weeks, spoke by text and by phone during that same time period. We live an hour and a half apart. We were supposed to get together after a week, but it didn't work out that way. We were able to get together the following week, and our first date turned into 4 days together. We were supposed to go to the hot springs pool on our first evening, but there was a huge thunderstorm and it poured. We ended up watching the lightening and just talking for hours. The next day we went fly fishing on a clear mountain stream, then to a concert in Aspen at night...it was an amazing mix of experiences that we were both comfortable in. There were so many things we had in common, and we just could not tear ourselves apart. We are both extremely happy together...

We both have different stories behind our positive status, but our marriages and divorces are similar. We are compatible in every possible way. As I type this it has been almost 2 months that we have been together. We are looking into the future, as he is job hunting in my town so that we can get a place together. I had been on PS for almost a year, with negative success. I live in a very small town, and it is a difficult position to be in. I had dated one person from the site a few times but that as really not a good situation...he was not who he presented himself to be. My boyfriend had only been on PS for 3 weeks before he emailed me. We really hit it off immediately, and agreed to discontinue our memberships to the site because we both just knew that we had found the person whom we were meant to be with. We have spoken of marriage, but in the future.We have to be in the same town first...and we also both have children from our previous marriages so we need to take them into consideration when planning our lives together.

I do want to thank you for making it possible for people like us to have a place to be able to find dates without the fear of ridicule or rejection due to our health status. I will keep the email address handy so that I can update you on anything in the future. Thank you :)

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As we know, Herpes is a sexually transmitted infection caused by the herpes simplex virus. According to the statistic, about 50 percent of the adults in the United States aged 14 – 49 are living with it.  Stats also reveal that 90 percent of the global population comes in contact with herpes at some point in their lives. Although herpes is a very common STD, people continue to fight the stigma attached with it.
It is unfortunate to see a lot of people either isolate or get into a shell, avoiding communication with those around them. This is when the launch of herpes dating sites showed a ray of hope to hundreds of thousands of herpes singles from across the globe. This was in sync with what experts had to say about herpes dating. Given the fact that the herpes simplex virus ceases to transmit between two individuals living with the same variant of the virus, finding a person having herpes to date with is an ideal choice.
The early 21th century witnessed the advent of genital herpes dating sites and the first feature – packed website came in the form of Positive Singles. This was one website that virtually bridged the gap existing between people with herpes, regardless of which part of the work they resided. Here are a few other reasons that make herpes dating sites such as Positive Singles popular among the masses:
Reasonable subscription options: Most websites that have been designed keeping in mind the unique needs of people living with herpes are absolutely free to register with. Besides, there are tons of premium websites that require users to pay monthly subscription fee in order to access the advanced set of options. Nonetheless, premium membership packages on a majority of these sites are reasonably priced and wouldn’t mess up with your monthly budget.
Oodles of amazing options: The sheer number of features that genital herpes dating sites bring to the table for less than a dollar per day is tremendous. These dating sites are loaded with scores of search filters and innumerable communication that make is possible for users to connect with like – minded individuals. It is also worth mentioning that online communication channels such as emailing and instant messaging eliminate the need to share personal contact information.
Millions of like – minded people to connect with: Another advantage of joining a
herpes dating site is you'd have the opportunity to connect with millions of users from across the globe, which is certainly a lot more when compared with real world events in your city. This is where you'd be able to make friends or find a life companion, depending on your likes and preferences

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Herpes simplex viruses -- more commonly known as herpes -- are categorized into two types: herpes type 1 (HSV-1, or oral herpes) and herpes type 2 (HSV-2, or genital herpes). Most commonly, herpes type 1 causes sores around the mouth and lips (sometimes called fever blisters orcold sores). HSV-1 can cause genital herpes, but most cases ofgenital herpes are caused by herpes type 2. In HSV-2, the infected person may have sores around the genitals or rectum. Although HSV-2 sores may occur in other locations, these sores usually are found below the waist.

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What Causes Herpes Infections and Outbreaks?

Herpes simplex type 1, which is transmitted through oral secretions or sores on the skin, can be spread through kissing or sharing objects such astoothbrushes or eating utensils. In general, a person can only get herpes type 2 infection during sexual contact with someone who has a genital HSV-2 infection. It is important to know that both HSV-1 and HSV-2 can be spread even if sores are not present.

TheDifference aboutHSV-1andHSV-2

How alike are HSV-1 and HSV-2? In this feature, we look at the latest scientific facts about the two types of herpes simplex virus, as well as social attitudes toward oral and genital herpes.

When many people first tell someone they have genital herpes, they start by comparing the infection to oral herpes, or cold sores. How apt is the comparison? In spite of scientific facts, the social stigma and emotional attitudes surrounding genital herpes can make it hard to compare it objectively with an oral infection that most people casually accept. Following the unspoken assumptions of our society, many people still believe there is a "good" herpes virus-HSV- 1, the usual cause of cold sores-and a "bad" herpes virus-HSV-2, the usual cause of genital herpes.

In this feature, we take a look at HSV- 1 and 2 to see how alike and different the two viral types really are. We asked leading researchers how the two compare in terms of severity, recurrences, and transmission rates. We asked how often each occurs outside its usual site of preference, and how each behaves in the genital area. We questioned how much immunity having one type orally or genitally provides against getting the second type.

In addition, we looked at the way our society views oral and genital herpes. What's behind the very different images the two types carry? And what can we do about it? In an interview, counselors at the National Herpes Hotline suggest ways to help replace judgmental social assumptions with a healthy attitude.

Under a microscope, HSV- 1 and 2 are virtually identical, sharing approximately 50% of their DNA. Both types infect the body's mucosal surfaces, usually the mouth or genitals, and then establish latency in the nervous system. For both types, at least two-thirds of infected people have no symptoms, or symptoms too mild to notice. However, both types can recur and spread even when no symptoms are present.

The primary difference between HSV1 and HSV2 is in where they typically establish latency in the body- their "site of preference." HSV-1 usually establishes latency in the trigeminal ganglion, a collection of nerve cells near the ear. From there, it tends to recur on the lower lip or face. HSV-2 usually sets up residence in the sacral ganglion at the base of the spine. From there, it recurs in the genital area.

Even this difference is not absolute either type can reside in either or both parts of the body and infect oral and/or genital areas. Unfortunately, many people aren't aware of this, which contributes both to the spread of type 1 and to the misperception that the two types are fundamentally different.

"People don't understand that you can have type 1 genitally or orally, that the two types are essentially the same virus,' says Marshall Clover, manager of the National Herpes Hotline." One type is associated with stigma, the other is "'just a cold sore"- our society has a euphemism for it so we don't even have to acknowledge that it's herpes.''

The common myth is that HSV-1 causes a mild infection that is occasionally bothersome, but never dangerous. The reality? HSV-1 is usually mild, especially when it infects the lips, face, or genitals. However, in some cases type 1 can recur spontaneously in the eye, causing ocular herpes, a potentially serious infection which can lead to blindness. In very rare cases HSV- 1 can spread spontaneously to the brain, causing herpes encephalitis, a dangerous infection that can lead to death. HSV-1 is also the usual cause of herpes whitlow, an infection on the finger, and "wrestler's herpes," (herpes gladiatorum) a herpes infection on the chest or face.

The range and potential severity of HSV-1 infections lead some experts to view the virus as more risky than usually perceived. "This is heresy, but I think type 1 is a more significant infection than type 2," says Spotswood Spruance, MD, an oral HSV specialist at the University of Utah. "Type 1, and the morbidity associated with it, are underestimated."

By comparison, HSV-2 is widely believed to be a painful, dangerous infection that affects only people with very active sex lives. The reality? Some 22% of adult Americans from all backgrounds, income levels, and ethnic groups have HSV-2. Like HSV-1, type 2 is usually mild-so mild that two- thirds of infected people don't even know they have it. Type 2 rarely causes complications or spreads to other parts of the body. It is the most common cause of neonatal herpes, a rare but dangerous infection in newborns; however, type 1 causes up to one-third of neonatal infections.

The two types do behave somewhat differently depending on whether they are residing in their site of preference-the mouth and face for HSV-1, and the genital area for HSV-2. But both types are quite common, and under most circumstances neither is a major health threat. That's one reason medical professionals tend to dismiss HSV -2 despite the emotional trauma a diagnosis can cause for a patient.

While HSV can be a frustrating and painful condition for some people, in general the virus is less a medical problem than a social problem. For most of us, genital herpes is no more dangerous than a cold sore.

How Many Outbreaks?
Just how much of a physical problem HSV poses for a person depends largely on three factors. The first is how well the person's immune system is able to control the infection.

Differences in immune response may be the main reason that some people are bothered by frequent cold sores or genital herpes outbreaks while others are not. It's also the reason that both HSV-1 and 2 can pose serious challenges for infants, who have a limited immune response; and for people with compromised immune systems, including people with cancer, AIDS, severe burns, and people taking immunosuppressant medications.

The second factor affecting outbreaks is how long a person has had the infection. Over time, recurrences of both HSV- 1 and 2 tend to decrease, for reasons that aren't entirely clear.

In the case of oral HSV-1, many of the approximately 100 million Americans who are infected acquired the virus when they were children. By the time they're adults, only some 5% of people are bothered enough to consider oral HSV-1 a medical problem, according to Spruance.

On the other hand, almost all of the approximately 40 million Americans infected with HSV-2 acquired the virus as teenagers or adults. In the first year, those who have recurring outbreaks experience an average of four to six episodes. Over time, as with oral infections, the number of outbreaks usually drops off.

A third factor influencing the frequency of HSV -1 and 2 outbreaks is whether the virus is established in its site of preference. While HSV can infect both genital and oral areas, both types cause milder infections when they are away from "home" territory. Outside their site of preference, both type 1 and 2 lose most of their punch.

For example, most people infected with HSV-1 in the genital area have few, if any, outbreaks after the initial episode, far fewer than is typical with either oral HSV-1 or genital HSV-2. While experts estimate that some 30% of genital herpes infections in the United States may be caused by HSV-1, only 2- 5% of recurring genital outbreaks are caused by HSV-1. Research conducted by Lawrence Corey, MD, and colleagues at the University of Washington in Seattle shows that genital HSV-2 recurs 10 times more often than genital HSV-1.

According to a study by Wald et al. (New England Journal of Medicine, 1995), among 110 women with genital herpes, the average number of recurrences per year for those with genital HSV-1 was zero. Other studies have shown an average of about one outbreak per year (Benedetti, Annals of Internal Medicine, 1994).

Similarly, HSV-2 infection in theoral area-outside its site of preference-very rarely causes problems. First of all, oral, HSV-2 infections are rare, for reasons discussed below. But even when an infection occurs, recurrent outbreaks are uncommon. In one study (Lafferty et al., New England Journal of Medicine, 1987), oral HSV-2 recurred an average of 0.01 times a year in newly infected people. "I've never convincingly seen an oral type 2 recurrence," says Spruance.

A possible fourth factor affecting recurrence rate is viral type. According to the Lafferty study, genital HSV-2 infections were the most frequently recurring herpes infections, followed by oral HSV-1, genital HSV-1, and last of all, oral HSV-2.

How Easily Spread?

As a number of readers have attested over the years, many people with genital herpes are at least as concerned about transmission-the likelihood of spreading the virus to a partner-as about their own health. On the other hand, few people with oral herpes, share this concern. Is this because one type is more contagious than the other?

The short answer is no. Both viral types are easily transmitted to their site of preference, and can also be spread to other sites. Both are most contagious during active outbreaks, but are often spread through viral shedding when there are no recognizable symptoms. According to Spruance, people with recurrent oral HSV-1 shed virus in their saliva about 5% of the time even when they show no symptoms. In the first year of infection, people with genital HSV-2 shed virus from the genital area about 6-10% of days when they show no symptoms, and less often over time. (Both of these figures reflect shedding as detected by viral culture.)

From here, however, the question of transmissibility gets more complicated. Acquisition of one type is more difficult-though certainly possible-if you already have the other type. This is because either type, contracted orally or genitally, causes the body to produce antibodies, some of which are active against both HSV-1 and 2. This acquired immune response gives some limited protection if the body encounters a second type. When a person with a prior HSV infection does contract the second type, the first episode tends to be less severe than when no prior antibodies are present.

On a practical level, this means oral HSV-1 is often the most easily acquired herpes infection. Usually the first herpes simplex virus that people encounter, oral HSV-1, is typically spread simply by the kind of social kiss that a relative gives a child. Because children have no prior infection with any HSV type, they have no immune defense against the virus.

By the time they're teenagers or young adults, about 50% of Americans have HSV-1 antibodies in their blood. By the time they are over age 50, some 80-90% of Americans have HSV-1 antibodies.

By comparison, almost all HSV-2 is encountered after childhood, when people become sexually active. Those who have a prior infection with HSV-1 have an acquired immune response that lowers - though certainly doesn't eliminate-the risk of acquiring HSV-2. According to one study (Mertz, Annals of Internal Medicine,1992), previous oral HSV-1 infection reduces the acquisition of subsequent HSV-2 infection by 40%.

A prior infection with oral HSV-1 lowers the risk of acquiring genital HSV-1 even further. Studies show that genital HSV-1 infections almost always occur in people who have no prior infection with HSV of either type (Corey, Annals of Internal Medicine, 1983).

In the absence of prior oral infection, however, HSV-1 spreads easily to the genital area, usually through oral sex. In some countries, such as Japan and parts of Great Britain, genital HSV-1 is as common as genital HSV- 2, or more common. ( sex with herpes )

"Prevalence rates of genital HSV-1 differ based on the practice of oral sex and on the percentage of people who are HSV-1 positive from childhood," explains Anna Wald, MD researcher at the University of Washington at Seattle.

Finally, the question of immunity and HSV types is complicated by an additional issue. Some studies suggest that the ganglia themselves may acquire some immunity to HSV after they are exposed to one viral type.

In the laboratory, infection of ganglia with more than one virus is difficult, suggesting that it may be more difficult to acquire a second HSV type in a location where you already have HSV. A prior genital infection with HSV-1, for example, may give more protection against genital HSV-2 than a prior oral infection with HSV-1.

What does all this mean on a practical level? Let's look at some examples to find out. Say you have genital HSV-1 and your partner has genital HSV-2. If you have unprotected sex, there is a small but real risk that you will get HSV-2, resulting in more outbreaks and more shedding. "We have documented cases where a person acquires HSV-2 after a prior genital HSV- 1 infection," says Wald. "I don't think it happens often, but it does happen."

On the other hand, it's very unlikely that your partner will get genital HSV- 1 from you. "I've never seen a case of a person acquiring HSV-1 on top of HSV-2," says Wald. "It's possible, but it would be unusual."

What if your partner has genital HSV-2 and you perform oral sex on him or her? Will you get HSV- 2 in the mouth? Given the widespread practice of oral sex (some three-quarters of all adults practice it, according to The Social Organization of Sexuality, 1994) and the prevalence of genital HSV-2 infection, you might expect oral HSV-2 to be relatively common. It's not.

According to one study, almost 100% of recognizable HSV-2 infection is genital (Nahmias, Scandinavian Journal of Infectious Diseases Supplement, 1990). One reason is that most adults are already infected with HSV-1 orally, which provides some immunity against infection with HSV 2. Another reason is that oral HSV-2 rarely reactivates, so even if an infection does exist, no one knows.

So far we've been talking about transmission of HSV-1 or 2 from its site of preference. What about transmission from another site? Say you acquire genital HSV-1 through oral sex. Can you spread the virus to a partner through genital sex?

The answer is yes, but probably not as easily as it was spread through oral sex. The main reason is that the virus reactivates and sheds less often outside its site of preference. Only about one quarter of people with genital HSV- 1 shed virus at all in the absence of symptoms, while 55% of people with HSV-2 do (Wald, New England Journal of Medicine, 1995). "Shedding data appear to parallel recurrence data, meaning that people who have a lot of recurrences also have a lot of shedding," says Wald.

While HSV- 1 can be spread from genitals to genitals, "we think it is spread more easily through oral sex because HSV-1 reactivates more frequently in the oral area," says Wald. However, she warns, "transmission of genital HSV-1 during asymptomatic shedding has been documented." In other words, genital HSV-1 can be spread through genital sex, even when there are no symptoms. "Good" Virus/ "Bad" Virus

If HSV infection is as easily transmitted from the mouth as from the genitals, then why do people take steps to prevent genital but not oral infection? Why don't we kiss through dental dams ?

"It's ironic, isn't it?" says Wald. "It's not about health, it's about social acceptability."

Scientists can tell us all day that the main difference between the two viral types is simply their site of preference-whether they typically occur above the waist or below. But the unspoken attitudes of our society send a different message. That's just the problem, social attitudes whisper. Below the waist is bad.

"People think of oral herpes as the "good" herpes and genital herpes as the "bad" kind," says Glover of the National Herpes Hotline. "It's partly that they don't understand the similarities between HSV-1 and 2. But it's also that good and bad is how our culture views sex and our bodies."

The inescapable fact is that HSV-1 is usually spread through contact with infected lips, while HSV-2 usually spread through contact with infected genitals. From a social point of view, the problem is not the disease; it's how you got it.

Whether we like it or not, the social prejudice against genital herpes, no matter which virus causes it, is a reality. "People have more trouble explaining to a new partner that they have genital herpes, even if it's HSV- 1, than if they have a cold sore," says Glover. "Just saying the word "genital" is like an anvil that pulls the sentence down".

Is this topic making you crazy? For people who have trouble dealing with social attitudes toward genital herpes, the blatant double standard society applies to oral herpes can be frustrating, to say the least.

"Talk to a wise friend," suggests Rebecca, a health communication specialist on the National Herpes Hotline. "Join a support group. Find Someone you respect and exchange ideas them. It's always reassuring to see that not everyone lives inside the walls our society builds around sexual issues and realities. "

It's also worth hoping that new research on the similarities between HSV-1 and 2, as well as increased public education about genital herpes, can help lower the level of misunderstanding about both types of the virus. Today, the greatest difference between HSV- 1 and 2 appears to be the way we think about them. Tomorrow, that may change....

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Why I like this site because of the living chat. I was a severely injured and disabled combat vet. Still am technically but I am finally enjoying some rapid recovery from injuries.

All I needed was human contact. Since my wife passed away I really did turn inward and secluded myself from life. That did absolutely no good whatsoever. Especially since I have a great little six year old son.

No matter how hard you try to be a good person if you do not invest in yourself you really wind up cheating others in your life. Especially yourself. Being here was an investment for me.

Spending the money to renew my membership after my wife gifted me one kept me going. It allowed the big kid in me to come out and play and socialize without worry of social stigmas. Whether it was banter or serious conversations I found it all here.

I simply hate the "conversation" about STD's with people who don't have it. It's a really cold wet blanket at first, but it soon dries out. If you make friends here it's like a cozy blanket. I hope you discover that, too.

The important thing is to remember you are not alone. Not everyone is Prince Charming or Cinderella, but that's life. What you do find here is common ground.

I met my wife here. Sometimes fairy tales come true. Sometimes life throws you a curve ball. The hands on life's clock can never be turned back. I say keep moving forward and take charge of your future.

Welcome and good luck.

Advice to other members:
In the beginning I was really shocked to learn that I had contracted genital herpes because I didn't know much about it. Ignorance is your worst enemy. After you've experienced denial you will eventually accept your condition or situation.

Once you get to the point of acceptance you can move forward. Herpes does not prevent you from living a great life.

Poke around the site and look at the number of people here and do some Web research after you've read the FAQs. Knowledge is empowering.

Don't hole yourself up in some dark mental cave. Come out and play in the sun!

Invest in yourself. You are not damaged goods. You are still the same person you were before. So what if you have a permanent skin rash? Most here have it, too.

Put the past behind you. Recriminations do no one any good and pity parties are a waste of your time. Since you can't undo the past make the best of it. Learn from it.

Then take one step forward. If it takes you day by day to get there it's okay: you're making progress. Now just keep moving forward.

If someone here helps you out with advice or encouragement don't forget that kindness. Give it back. Herpes is spreading like crazy. Look up the statistics online. So don't worry about being the "new" one here. Soon you'll be an old hand.

I know enough people don't give a damn about anything but themselves. That's a choice we have since we're all unique and no one is the same.

It's not wrong to feel the hurt or whatever emotions you felt or still feel about how you got here. Just make the best of it.

Maybe after awhile you'll finding yourself liking it or you get tired of it sometimes but it's like being a moth and MPWH is like a bright light in your moment of darkness. You keep coming back. I hope you enjoy your visit or stay. I'm not saying its perfect because we're still dealing with people.

How good that visit or stay is all up to you. Good luck. Just remember "luck" doesn't happen magically in real life. You just have to make your own. But you're no longer alone and I hope you discover that can make all the difference in the world.

By Doctors_Why, Enka, NC, United States|Herpes|Feb 13, 2017
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As the best and largest herpes dating site, Positive Singles set up one professional dating app, a Tinder-style app for people with herpes and other STDs, is becoming increasingly popular with more and more people with STDs looking for a shot at leading a normal life. In figures released by PositiveSingles.com this week, the app has over 1,000,000 registered users now and the number increases 1500 per day.

“There are approximately 110 million people who have STDs in the US and 20 million new infections each year. The CDC estimates that more than half of all people will become infected with a STD at some point in their lives,” said Tom, Webmaster of www.herpesdatingsite.biz , a site that gives herpes dating site reviews.

“PositiveSingles.com has made dating easier for people with herpes by offering them a dating app with the ease of Tinder-style use.”

Though the app is open to people with all kinds of STDs, it is a preferred platform for those living with herpes and HIV. According to statistics, a total of 57.35% of Positive Singles members are herpes singles, while 18.33% of the total users are living with HIV.

The app is currently available in the iTunes Store and Google Play Store. It has a “Lets Meet” feature that works like Tinder, where users are given recommended matches according to their location and preferences, and users can swipe right to like someone or swipe left to pass.

The app also has blogs, forums and chat room, where users can share their thoughts on any topics, such as experiences of dating with STDs. Herpes dating App may become the hottest topic about herpes dating area.


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