There are many people living with lifelong sexually transmitted infections in the US. Most people with these STIs do not know their status and this increases the spreading rate. Those who find out about their infection are judged when they try to date. Fortunately, MeetPositives has created a safe dating site for herpes singles.

According to a press release by the company, "New anonymous platform helps STD-positive people connect, share stories, access discussion forums and review up-to-date information and treatment options."

"According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than one in six people in the United States between 14 and 49 years of age have genital herpes. HSV1 or HSV2 (genital herpes) can leave someone feeling alone, embarrassed, and confused about how to proceed with their lives. A new website, MeetPositives.com, eliminates those concerns with its anonymous platform that allows people to connect, share their stories and concerns, and find someone special to date. While those who are positive with herpes have done nothing wrong, many times they feel ashamed,” states Jack Lombardi II, CEO of MeetPositives.com. “I created a dating site for herpes singles so as to offer people with herpes a way to accept their diagnosis and move on with their lives. At the end of the day, we want our members to feel normal again, they have already been through enough.”

The website has more than just dating. There is a supportive community where members can share their experiences with herpes and share information that can help others cope with the infection. This gives those who have just found out about their infection a chance to learn from herpes positive singles who are more experienced in dealing with the infection.

For more information about herpes dating, visit MeetPositives.com.

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For more information about Meet Positives Herpes Dating, contact the company here:

Meet Positives Herpes Dating
Jack Lombardi
(855) 747-2031
media@meetpositivesc.com

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