Look, you don’t have to tell anyone about your HIV status until you’re ready emotionally or are about to engage in behavior that could put someone at risk (such as sex). Some women like to come out casually between dinner and dessert, while others mark it as a serious conversation to be had after the first date but before things get serious. Yes, you have a disability, but living with HIV is like living with any other chronic disease.What is important to remember is that you are not alone: You are one of the nearly 1.2 million Americans living with HIV, according to the latest data available from the U. While you can’t transmit diabetes or fibromyalgia to a sexual partner, there are incredibly effective ways to ensure that potential partners are never at risk of contracting HIV from you, including treatment as prevention and proper condom use.Remember, though, there’s no reason you can’t use or She Wired or any other mainstream dating site.
We answer some of your most pressing relationship questions, from dating to marriage to babies.Just remember, there’s no shame in having HIV and being honest with a prospective date about it.Some sites, such as HIVNet.com, began as community sites in the ’90s and grew into dating sites as more members joined; that kind of start offers a sort of friendly, self-policing (no spam! Plenty of sites specific to other parts of your identity make disclosing your status easy.It’s not uncommon to see profiles that begin with “I am HIV-positive” and go on to list the poster’s other interests, as they do on the pet-lovers personals site Love Me Love My Pets.com, or JDate.com, which is for Jewish singles.
Yes, there are a handful of dating sites that are for people with HIV or, in some cases, another sexually transmitted infection, like herpes or hepatitis.
HIVDating Online.com, Poz Match.com, and Positive all welcome women who are straight, gay, or bi.