Let me be very clear: They reach out to me, share my posts and my talks on their social media platforms, and contact my fellow activists when I refuse to collaborate with them. They reinforce the impulse of scared, raw people to hate themselves and hide from the rest of the world. Notify me of new posts via email. They have to decide if its worth it? Some of these websites claim to empower their customers. Some of them bring on consultants in the sexual health world, but only after the fact, and by and large their founders do not come from our community. You are so right …Every site wants money to do the extra exclusive membership feature.
They have to decide if its worth it? I see your point, however I believe that these sites allow individuals the sense of safety in knowing they will not pass this virus onto a partner. Anyway, when you tell someone and they accept it, do you simply use antivirals, condoms, or just wait a week if you feel a sore? These folks would be better served by a support community than a dating app. The only people who ask me about herpes dating sites have just been diagnosed and are still daunted by the idea of disclosing—a fear I encourage them to tackle instead of pursuing these trap door dating sites.
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