Dating and Finding Love for HIV Positive Singles
HIV positive singles face very difficult challenges when it comes to dating. They have to either date someone
with HIV or disclose their HIV status. Disclosing to someone that's HIV- is a terrifying task and finding someone
else with HIV; well...the local bar isn't having HIV singles night. There are many solutions.
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1. HIV Dating Websites
There is a vast number of HIV dating sites. Just Googling "HIV dating", will yield many results. These are great
places to for HIV positive singles that are looking for friends, lovers and companionship.
Tips on Using HIV Dating Sites
Search as Broadly as Possible
For example, search the entire country instead of narrowing it to a state or city. The number of people with HIV
in the USA is about 1 million. Consider the population of the country is 300 million. Not all of that 1 million is
single and a good number of them are homeless or in a lower income class; so less likely to have a computer. The
broader the search, the more results. If two people fall in love, is there anything more meaningful in life? Don't
let distance stop that.
Don't Search Profiles with Pictures Only
The biggest mistake people make on HIV dating sites is selecting to only view profiles with pictures. HIV is a
private matter and many are not comfortable posting their picture. Get to know someone and then ask to see a
picture. If there is no physical attraction, at least there is a new friendship, and with this disease, it never
hurts to develop more friendships.
Dating and Finding Love for HIV Positive Singles
If Affordable, Use Paying Sites
Any free dating site, HIV or not, is a breeding ground for scams. These scammers are not going to pay to scam
people. It's very frustrating chatting with someone for 15 minutes and getting excited about them, only to be led
to a porn site. Free sites are loaded with these scams. The pay sites offer a scam free environment, a better
quality site, less ads, and an overall more enjoyable experience.
All of these sites let people join and browse profiles for free; so members can test out the site.It's only when
a member wishes to email others that they charge.None of them have a contract and payments can be stopped at any
time. Some sites charge as little as $4.99/month and some offer a free premium membership to anyone on
Here is a quote from a paying member on one of the most popular HIV dating sites:
Is meeting real people worth $5 - $10 a month? How much is spent going out to bars to meet people? And if
someone is paying, aren't they serious about meeting someone?
Fill Out Your Profile Completely
When a profile has 1 sentence it's boring and it seems like the person doesn't care. Nobody wants to talk to
someone that's boring and apathetic. A good profile will emphasize what's great about the person, their dreams,
what they're looking for, what they like, etc. If a profile is not filled out, it is not going to get any
2. HIV Cruises
There are amazing gay and straight HIV Cruises.Here is the agenda on these cruises; float around in the most
beautiful places in the world, have cocktails brought to your lounge chair, eat, dance, play games, sleep in and
meet other HIV positive people. It is an unforgettable experience. They are affordable, ranging anywhere from $650
- $2000 depending on the room you choose, and the price includes all the food and alcohol you can consume. Google
"HIV Cruises" and you will find several results.
3. HIV Retreats
The list of HIV retreats is large. Many of these retreats are free. They offer not only offer a place to meet
other positive singles, but also a place to renew spirit and soul. Many offer yoga, meditation, support groups,
classes and other spiritual activities. Some are campouts; others are in meditation centers or monasteries. They
usually have a HIV specialist conducting classes HIV related topics.
4. HIV Conferences
HIV Conferences can also be a great place to meet others living with HIV. Many are put on by the medical
community and a lot can be learned about HIV. There are hundreds of HIV conferences each year. Google "HIV
conferences" and there will be a lot of results.
There is still a lot of stigma around HIV and these services remove that stigma. Positive singles can be
comfortable being themselves in these places. Many of these services cost little to no money and they are available
all over the world to every race, creed and sexual orientation. In addition to being great places for positive
singles to meet, there are many other benefits to using these resources. They help people living with HIV use their
HIV as a touchstone for spiritual growth, happiness and joy. People can come together with a common struggle and
share their experience, strength and hope with each other. Deep friendships will be made that are beyond most
people's understanding. They can turn what was thought to be the worst thing that ever happened to them, in to the
most beautiful thing.