Aids gets hundreds of thousands of AIDS / HIV singles together every year,we have personal Chat, Blogs, Forums,free photo profiles,advanced search options and much,much more!It doesn't not matter what ethnicity you are, Black, Caucasian, European, Hispantic, Native or others,is the place for you!If you wish there was a place where you didn't have to worry about being rejected or discriminated against, Positive Singles was designed with you in mind.At Positive Singles, we have been helping people with STDs find love and support since 2002.
The best HIV dating community for HIV singles that provides all the users with the best chance to meet up with other individuals in a non-discriminatory environment where everyone involved can be comfortable with being themselves.All your personal information can remain private and anonymous until you want to take things further.Everyone with an STD can join us regardless of race, religion, sexual orientation or gender.This is a warm-hearted and exclusive community for singles with Herpes and STDs.Whether you are living with Herpes, HPV, HIV/AIDS or any other STDs, here you can meet new friends or even a potential spouse, find communal support and get on with your life.That’s partially due to other factors as all that make straight men vulnerable to HIV infection: High rates of undiagnosed and untreated STDs; disproportionate poverty and poor health; the complete disconnect that many Black men have with the health care system; IV drug use; and mass incarceration of Black men, which takes significant numbers of brothers out of the community, leaving the men on the outside to share the same female partners. When it comes to ranking the specific demographics impacted by HIV, Black heterosexual rank number five (Black women are fourth.) In 2010, more than 2700 Black heterosexual men were given an HIV diagnosis (compared to 5300 Black women,) according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).If those numbers stays the roughly the same in the next five years, we could see a total of more than 13,000 newly diagnosed heterosexual Black men and in ten years, 27,000 men.I've been a POZ Personals member for a few years now, and this past December finally met a really special guy. And it wouldn't have happened without your website. Perhaps we would have never crossed paths without this infection.I continue to appreciate the POZ News Desk articles, but am especially grateful that you gave me the opportunity to meet the love of my life. We may hear wedding bells in the near future."—Tonya "Thanks to POZ, finally found my soulmate.....This is especially worrisome especially given that research shows that heterosexual men are more likely to control condom use in their sexual relationships. Our community's homophobia and stigmatization of HIV/AIDS is partially to blame.When the epidemic first hit in the early ‘80s, AIDS was a "white gay man’s disease." In time, the face of AIDS morphed into a Black and Brown epidemic, but mostly one that comprised of gay men of color and women.Granted, these two groups have the highest HIV/AIDS rates rates in our community, but I’m always perplexed as to how little we include heterosexual Black men into the conversation about HIV/AIDS. So it seems obvious that it's not exactly a leap to say that straight Black men have HIV too.The risk factor for men contracting HIV from women is lower than women contracting it from men, but it’s not impossible.Don't hesitate,get started with online AIDS dating now, and find someone today!