He said he was also concerned that users might miss out on meeting the “love of their life” if they restrict themselves to finding another positive person to date.“It’s a minority within a minority and you’re limiting yourself…
reruns not to become disillusioned with the prospect of finding love.
Unfortunately, Tylenol doesn’t cure heartache, and a breakup can seem to break you altogether.
As the years start to tick by, every bet we make on love seems to be a little more weighted. As for the actual risk of dating a man who doesn’t know his status—a human question mark—that’s when you should hold on to your chips.
You may think that dating an HIV-positive man increases your risk of infection. If your prospective mate has the gumption to disclose his positive status before the first round of cocktails, you can be certain that he has taken steps to protect your negative status.
Goyvaerts said he was inspired to build the app after suffering abuse on other apps and the higher price of apps aimed at people living with HIV.