Some sites, such as HIVNet.com, began as community sites in the ’90s and grew into dating sites as more members joined; that kind of start offers a sort of friendly, self-policing (no spam! Plenty of sites specific to other parts of your identity make disclosing your status easy.
It’s not uncommon to see profiles that begin with “I am HIV-positive” and go on to list the poster’s other interests, as they do on the pet-lovers personals site Love Me Love My Pets.com, or JDate.com, which is for Jewish singles.
It's one of the best dating sites for people with hiv/aids and other stds.
You will know what substances, places and activities to avoid and where to seek help in case of a medical emergency.
Being well informed will thus give you the confidence to go dating and open up better opportunities.
You don't have to start the first talk, no awkward moment when you dating someone with the same virus.
You are not alone and no need to be ashamed about it.
It's hard to tell others that you have hiv/aids, especially to the one you want to date.