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Positive Singles Launched STD Support Features like STD Counselor and STD Treatment Stories
Date:9/18/2013

NY, US (PRWEB) September 18, 2013

PositiveSingles is a warm-hearted and exclusive community for singles with STDs. It focuses on all kinds of STD dating including herpes dating, HIV dating and HPV dating. It gives patients living with STD, HPV, HIV AIDS, Herpes and other such diseases a chance to get on with their life and meet new friends, partners or potential spouses.

The distribution of people suffering from a range of STDs look like:

Age: 18-25, there are 23.98%
Age: 25-35, there are 29.69%
Age: 35-45 there are 31.57%
Age: 45-55, there are 4.41%
Age: 55-65, there are 1.55%
Age: 65+, there are 8.80%

Singles with STD always have the moral dilemma of dating and the struggle of "the telling" to significant others that they have STD. For those who prefer to date only other people with STD, there is a new way. Positive Singles has been helping people with STDs find love since 2011. This is not only a dating site but also a support site for people who are suffering from these medical problems. Users will have the opportunity to meet other people with the same condition to either make friends or date. They will also have a chance to know other stories, advices and support from other users.

Unique features of this site includes a live counselor/expert, live dating adviser, the largest STD blogs, over 800 STD care locations, over 800 STD Q & A, over 800 STD treatment stories, STD information, support forums/events, online STD chat rooms, daily STD news and much more.

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