Some well-established sites include: Don't Photoshop your picture to make yourself look better, or use one from five years ago when you weighed thirty pounds less.Choose a flattering picture, of course, but make sure it is current and accurate. Your photo should be a good, clear, head-and-shoulders close-up, so people can see what you really look like.Being dumped because you have AIDS or are HIV positive is something which is not under your control however.This is why some people who have HIV or AIDS give up dating altogether.Welcome to the online community for HIV positive singles dating, where you can meet other positive singles for friendship, sharing, support, relationships or love and partners. undetectable and yet face other people’s reservations (if not outright bigotry) regarding their status. In the clip above Jonahs gets rejected after disclosing his status to a guy he met online.“I feel like this is a cycle that is never ending,” he says.
Most people fear things they do not understand, so it is vital to ensure that when you disclose your condition that you try and dispel this fear.Dating is a fun business but as in any other subject you must be cautious about many things.The most important rule is to protect yourself in every way, not just physically but emotionally as well.No one enjoys being dumped, this goes without saying.Although if it was due to your own fault - either you said or did something which resulted in your dumping - then at least you know that you have the ability to rectify this for next time.
“Not getting a reply from someone after I disclose my status to him makes me feel almost less than human.”Depressing along the same lines as that is the reaction of Lexi’s boyfriend, Max, upon learning that he’s contracted ureaplasma from her.