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And What About the Dating?Rae Lewis Thornton writes, in her most recent blog:
…My problem today dating with HIV and Herpes isn’t fear of rejection. It’s finding a man who who wants to share a meal and listen to Mozart with me. Someone to cheer me on as I do this work around HIV/AIDS. Someone who isn’t ashamed to be dating “the woman with AIDS.”

And What About the Dating?

Rae Lewis Thornton writes, in her most recent blog:

…My problem today dating with HIV and Herpes isn’t fear of rejection. It’s finding a man who who wants to share a meal and listen to Mozart with me. Someone to cheer me on as I do this work around HIV/AIDS. Someone who isn’t ashamed to be dating “the woman with AIDS.”
Jul 2

Magnetic Attraction


Love does not discriminate. Nor should it let something like HIV get in its way. Just ask the three serodiscordant (a.k.a. “magnetic”) couples profiled here.

In each long-term couple, one partner is living with the virus while the other is not. Despite their individual differences, they all share one thing in common: All of them refuse to allow an HIV status to limit their lives and their relationships.

These lovebirds are proof that living with HIV does not have to mean limiting your dating pool to other positive people—or, worse, resigning yourself to celibacy or loneliness.

Serodiscordant couples do face a unique set of challenges—many of which are shared in the following profiles—but in the end, as these inspiring duos prove, love conquers the day.

So Many Ways to Make Love!
How do you make love? How do you love yourself? How do you love other bodies?
A blog entry by Visual AIDS… http://blogs.poz.com/visualaids/2013/02/so_many_ways_to_make.html

So Many Ways to Make Love!

How do you make love?
How do you love yourself?
How do you love other bodies?

A blog entry by Visual AIDS… http://blogs.poz.com/visualaids/2013/02/so_many_ways_to_make.html

Heart to Heart : Three HIV-positive couples share their inspiring love stories.
Living with HIV doesn’t mean you have to live without love and romance. Plenty of positive people have met, and married, their soul mates. How do these couples make it work? What role does the virus play in their relationships and health? And what advice can they offer lovelorn singles and struggling couples? Three long-term couples—in which both partners are HIV positive—get to the heart of the matter.
Read more… http://www.poz.com/articles/positive_couples_2757_23314.shtml

Heart to Heart : Three HIV-positive couples share their inspiring love stories.

Living with HIV doesn’t mean you have to live without love and romance. Plenty of positive people have met, and married, their soul mates. How do these couples make it work? What role does the virus play in their relationships and health? And what advice can they offer lovelorn singles and struggling couples? Three long-term couples—in which both partners are HIV positive—get to the heart of the matter.

Read more… http://www.poz.com/articles/positive_couples_2757_23314.shtml

Lessons in Love

Valentine’s Day may be over but that doesn’t mean you should lose that romantic feeling. Click here to check out an article in the January/February 2012 issue of POZ on the dating game after an HIV diagnosis. If you’re ready to connect with HIV-positive singles, check out POZ Personals.

Dating with HIV
Our anonymous blogger wants your advice on how best to disclose to her potential HIV-negative partners. Click here to share your stories and offer your advice.

Dating with HIV

Our anonymous blogger wants your advice on how best to disclose to her potential HIV-negative partners. Click here to share your stories and offer your advice.