HIV Dating

The day that you receive the HIV positive diagnosis can seem like the very end of reality. The feeling of just wanting to slither into a hole and let the world go on without you until you're gone can be hard to avoid. These sorts of thoughts will fade as you realize that you still have a life to live and that you should make the most of. But can dating realistically be a part of that life? It absolutely can be.

Since the end of the last century few diseases have evoked so much fear and concern as AIDS. While the prime reason for this continues to be the fact that a definite and complete cure has continued to elude scientists, another equally strong cause remains the confusion and misconception over how AIDS is transmitted. Being HIV positive does not mean that you cannot lead an active social life. Here are some tips for someone with HIV on how to find dates and love in a safe and healthy way.

Be informed

Since the end of the last century few diseases have evoked so much fear and concern as AIDS. While the prime reason for this continues to be the fact that a definite and complete cure has continued to elude scientists, another equally strong cause remains the confusion and misconception over how AIDS is transmitted. This has created a lot of stigma towards HIV positive people, especially in dating and relationships. Here are a few things to keep in mind when dating someone who is
HIV positive.

Test yourself

After ages of denial and discrimination, finally developed societies are waking up to the right to sexuality of its citizens with the result that it has become possible for gays to live and love the person of their choice. Unfortunately though  combination of social, economic and cultural factors has put gay population at a higher risk of contracting HIV as compared to other population groups.

Since the end of the last century few diseases have evoked so much fear and concern as AIDS. While the prime reason for this continues to be the fact that a definite and complete cure has continued to elude scientists, another equally strong cause remains the confusion and misconception over how AIDS is transmitted. This has created a lot of stigma towards HIV positive people, especially in the context of personal relationships. Here are a few things to keep in mind when your partner is HIV positive and you're not.

Be sure

For a combination of reasons, gay and bisexual men appear to have become a high-risk group for HIV infection. Yet being HIV positive does not mean that you cannot lead an active social life. Here are some dating opportunities which will help HIV positive gay men to love, in a safe and healthy way.