Herpes dating success stories
Let’s face it: it sounds like a bizarre concept, but even if the stigma attached to STIs is hideously out-dated and redundant (it is), there’s no denying how difficult it can be telling a potential sexual partner about something you have contracted sexually from someone else. “I don’t have the confidence to simply broadcast my condition,” he says.There are few things in life less sexy than genital lesions. Through this site and events it sets up, he has managed to “gain a better understanding” of herpes as well as providing the same support for others.Yet not everyone buys into the ideas of STI dating agencies.
But with the number of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) rising in the UK each year, it’s not only those who wear a lot of zebra print and have a working knowledge of the Wetherspoons’ toilet cubicles that are affected, as urban myths would have you believe.
For these letters convey stand for two of greatest plagues on sexiness: Valentine’s Day and venereal disease.
Have any two letters ever before had the power to strike such terror into the hearts of singletons everywhere?
The sites are helping people, yes, but they’re also feeding into a greater stigma, which is what we really need to address. As Max explains: “I honestly do hope that the future of sites like H-YPE!
After browsing the site for a week or two, I had only found one man whose profile and pic interested me.