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Dating someone who is hiv positive
Perhaps there was no chemistry or a lack of shared interests, or maybe he was just a little bit of a dick.
What will hurt his feelings is if you make assumptions and don’t give him the benefit of the doubt. Just because he was upfront and honest with you about his status, doesn’t mean he is a pro at dating while HIV-positive.
He may have just as many fears or concerns as you do. If he respected you enough to tell about his status you right away, respect him enough to keep his status to yourself.
Pay attention, and you two may live happily ever after – or at least not break up over HIV. So when in doubt, ask as many questions as you like.
He will be happy that you feel comfortable talking about it with him and, more than likely, will be able to allay any worry you may have. Don’t assume that you are the only one who is afraid.
There are plenty of good reasons to utter the words “let’s just be friends” after a first date.
Regardless of your reasoning to either call or not call him again, his HIV status shouldn’t be a factor.
Show off who you are as a person and let someone get to know you beyond your status.
Get out there and be unwavering about what you're looking for.
We are used to think that some details like being HIV positive can make a big difference in dating, but that is not so true.
There are a lot of discussions we can have about emotions, especially if you are HIV positive and you are looking for a serious relationship.