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On mainstream dating Web sites, such as Plenty of Fish, 27-year-old Canadian John Anderson says he’s faced rejection since contracting herpes.
“It was started for purely selfish reasons,” the site’s founder, Rick Burton, who is HIV-positive, tells Vice.You can share photos, chat with new people, meet girls, meet boys, find girlfriend and find boyfriend.Your friends and even people nearby might visit your profile, rate your photos and comment on your photos.Not4helps you meet platonic friends online that you can connect with in real life.Our members are people like you looking for hiking partners, dining companions, drinking buddies, a friend to go see a movie with, someone to play tennis with, or a great new best friend.We’re two sisters that live across the country from each other and think it’s really hard to meet new friends - like really good friends, not acquaintances. I lived in Florida and although the people were friendly and I was very active socially, and I did make friends, it was very transitory.
We used to complain about it to each other and one day we decided we should stop complaining and do something about it. Now I live in New York and am still trying to find my niche in this community.“The disclosure is stressful in the beginning, but then becomes almost empowering,” Anderson tells Vice. “You are with people who have been through exactly what you are going through and know exactly how you feel . “I thought it would last six months or a year.” His community has lead to others, such as Positive Singles (for people with HIV and herpes) and Hope (for people with herpes and other STIs) The sites’ interfaces resemble Tinder in all but one way: They also give users the option to reveal their particular diagnoses.These services are only for people with STIs, which has provided a refuge for daters looking to avoid stigma.Picking from some of the roughly 200,000 verified Twitter users also doesn’t necessarily mean you’re guaranteed to date a celebrity — or even someone who’s internet famous.