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So when someone says that they’re going to avoid John because he has HIV (and is on treatment), and then runs off with Jonah, whose status is unknown, they’re taking a far bigger sexual risk.Then there’s the idea that you ditch the condoms with the one you settle down with – but you don’t want to do this with a poz guy (despite the fact that treatment makes transmission very unlikely).Sure you can find some guys with HIV who are, shall we say, socially generous, but you’ll find the same in the HIV-negative community. It’s a pretty poor state of affairs if you think the stigma is going to rub off on you – surely that’s a just call for us all, whether we are HIV-positive or negative to work together to challenge stigma?I want people to be able to have open and honest discussions about HIV and about what they know or suspect about their own status.There are a variety of reasons why I've stopped talking to a potential suitor before.Despite his overwhelming good looks, sometimes, the guy just isn't who I thought he'd be.
Out.com: Dating Positively shares one man’s experience dating as an HIV-positive gay man and how he learned to renegotiate his self-worth with confidence after seroconverting.
Advocate.com: Dating While HIV-positive: Knowing What You’re Worth offers tips and information about dating when one partner is HIV-positive and the other is HIV-negative.
Learn about effective ways to reduce the chance of transmission like using condoms correctly and consistently, staying on treatment, and using Pr EP.
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Positively Dating is a blog written by a 30-something gay man living in New York City.