“I thought it would last six months or a year.” His community has lead to others, such as Positive Singles (for people with HIV and herpes) and Hope (for people with herpes and other STIs) The sites’ interfaces resemble Tinder in all but one way: They also give users the option to reveal their particular diagnoses.
These services are only for people with STIs, which has provided a refuge for daters looking to avoid stigma.
However, it does appear to be knowledgeable about LDS life. The site also collects information on LDS singles events around the country, such as singles' conferences. Website: Started: 2001This longtime site is entirely free and appears to be regularly maintained, except for comparisons to other LDS singles website. Website: Probably 2002This is more of a LDS social community website. The company that owns it also owns other faith based sites.
Having an STI can definitely complicate your love life.
Case in point: More than 70 percent of men say they’d dump an HIV-positive partner, according to a 2017 study by online doctor service Dr Ed.
Website: Started in: 2001Wholly for LDS singles, this site is explicit about their pricing, which is substantially less than other premium sites.
What is more, it is free to email and chat with those you find.
“The disclosure is stressful in the beginning, but then becomes almost empowering,” Anderson tells Vice.