Meetpositives.com Website Simplifies Dating For Positive Singles

July 22, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Meetpositives.com is a website that is designed to provide a platform of dating for positive singles. Those who are members of the site have tested positive for a sexually transmitted disease. The website currently has members who have tested positive for HIV, herpes and other STDs.

A representative for the site says, “Just because someone has tested positive for herpes does not mean that their social life has to be over. Our site is designed to be discreet but to also let people interact with others who share their diagnosis. We have had many members to tell us that they appreciate the fact that they can enjoy talking to others without worries of having to tell them that they are positive.”

The representative says that the website is designed to make it easier for people who tested positive for an STD to date. He adds that since everyone on the site is positive, it makes it easier and less embarrassing for people to open up and to meet new people. Since they no longer have worries of when they should tell the other person that they are positive, it means a better experience for everyone involved.

“People don’t want to have to tell other people that they have tested positive for herpes or HIV,” he says. “It’s just not something that most people want to talk about and dating in general makes it difficult for those who are positive to feel relaxed and simply enjoy the company of someone else. Essentially, we have created a dating site for people with herpes and other STDS that levels the playing field, so to speak.”

The company states that by using a site that is designed specifically for those who are positive for an STD, it takes away a lot of the stress and worry of dating and makes the experience more enjoyable. Singles can feel much more confident and comfortable talking with others since everyone on the site is positive for some sort of STD.

The representative adds that they have designed the site to be comfortable and inviting for singles, adding that those who join will instantly feel at ease with the other members. He says that it gives those with an STD a chance to be themselves without worries of someone finding out that they are positive, and he adds that the site is secure so there are no worries of anyone else finding out about the members.

All member information is safeguarded and remains private until the person decides to share that information with someone else. The only thing that other members know is that the person is positive for an STD. Anyone who is positive is permitted to join and to meet others who may share in their diagnosis.

Currently in the United States alone, there are more than 100 million people who have tested positive for an STD. While not all of these people are single, a majority of them are and the site offers dating for people with HIV and other STDs and allows these singles their own platform for meeting and getting to know others who share similar stories.

Those who are single and who have tested positive for herpes, HIV or any other STD can visit the website to learn more. Only members are allowed to interact with other members so those interested will need to actually join the site before they can begin talking with others. The company also issued a minor warning stating that there are a number of similar sites that claim that they offer the same services when in fact, these other sites are insecure and may leak personal information. The company representative states that singles need to research any other site before they join. Those who are interested in joining can go to the site to learn more and to sign up for membership. Once membership is approved, the new member can begin to get familiar with the site and strike up conversations with others.

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For more information about Meetpositives.com, contact the company here:

Meetpositives.com
Jack Lombardi
(855) 747-2031
support@meetpositives.com
Herpes dating website for people with herpes. Meet positive singles

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