How Can Gay Singles Find Love Online?
It can be challenging for gays to date because some cities, towns and countries are not that open to the idea just yet of having a gay couple kiss, make out, make love, live in, get married, and build a family together. As pointed out by one UK couple on their recent trip to Antigua, “No we don’t want twin beds.” They didn’t know prior to traveling that in Antigua, same-sex couples out in public can face up to 15 years in prison. This couple over-expected that everywhere in the world, same-sex relationships are acceptable as in the UK.
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The main goal of Meetpositives.com is to give positive LGBT singles a chance to date again. Dating is easier and more fun on this STD dating platform.
STD infections affect everyone regardless of their sexual orientation. However, gays are at a greater risk of getting infected, especially when it comes to HIV. Statistics shows that HIV and syphilis infections among the LGBT community are on the rise, which is why it’s important that they become educated on these facts. People with multiple sex partners and those who engage in sexual activity without protection are at the greatest risk.
Approximately 2% of the US population is made up of men who have sex with men. In 2010, a report indicated that bisexual and gay men between the ages of 13 and 24 accounted for 72% of new infections of HIV. More than 500,000 people living with HIV are gay. This means that if you are gay and living with an STD, you are not alone. You still have a shot at love and you can meet other singles that are looking for a relationship with other positive gays.
So how can gay singles find love online?
1. Find people in gay-friendly cities and countries. It is surprising that even largely conservative countries like Thailand, Indonesia, the Philippines, Cambodia and Taiwan can be very open to gays and gay couples out in the open. These countries have a relaxed attitude towards the LGBT community that even a transgender can be elected to public office in the Philippines. How awesome is that!
This might be because Asians value respect and social harmony over anything else, so people choose to accept gay people rather than block them off from society and make things more complicated. Make sure to filter your options based on where they live. It’s going to help you a lot as you find the “right one.”
2. Join LGBT community support groups. There are so many community support groups online for LGBT communities, which go from walking, running, triathlon, golf, bar hopping, reading, speaking, traveling and gardening clubs among others. Gays with STDs are provided with lots of options as well, especially with meeting people going through the same experience as they have. One recommended dating site is Meet Positives where gays do not have to go through awkward conversations with prospective dates.
3. Be true and honest with yourself. When making your online profile, be sure to be as true and honest with yourself. This is important because doing so will get you matching with someone who will truly understand you. Nothing is better than knowing your partner can accept you for who you are, no matter how many mistakes and past scars you’ve had. You hate cats? Write that. You didn’t finish college? So what, write that as well. You hate cooking? Write this, too. You don’t have to turn into a different person so another person can accept you. Doing so will just be detrimental to yourself and all your future relationships.
4. Travel and meet your prospective date. The dating scene can be empowering when there are many opportunities to meet-and- greet with LGBTs. While it can cost money to travel to meet your prospective date, it will be worth it. There is nothing better than knowing your chemistry in person than behind the screen. The dating scene has been made easier with the use of online technologies, and gays positive with sexually transmitted infection (STI) are not left out at all, too. A good resource would be Meet Positives where members “never have ‘the talk’ again!”