Dating negitives and postitives


13-Sep-2016 04:26

Here are some articles and websites to help you think about these questions.

Positively Dating is a blog written by a 30-something gay man living in New York City.

No gender, sexual orientation, or question is off limits, and all questions will remain anonymous. I love him so much, I don’t even care right now that he cheated on me and got this lifelong disease. A: First of all, I want to recognize that that’s an intense situation to be confronted with.

But what about finding solutions to those stressful sexual health situations that inevitably crop up when you’re getting down? My partner of eight years and I just went to get tested together, and he came back positive for HIV and I came out negative.

Emma Kaywin, a Brooklyn-based sexual health writer and activist, is here to calm your nerves and answer your questions. I don’t even know how we could have different statuses because I’m on the pill and we haven’t been using condoms in almost a year, but I’m really relieved I don’t have it.

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.This article describes a 2013 Seattle study that found that 40% of HIV-negative men and 25% of HIV-positive men serosort.We at Bustle love giving you tips for how to tap into your sexual potential and troubleshoot when things aren’t going your way in the bedroom.

AIDS.gov: When One Partner is HIV+ Serosorting is when gay men choose only sex partners who have the same HIV status they do in an attempt to prevent HIV.Serosorting is not a guaranteed strategy to prevent HIV transmission, but a lot of guys use it.