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I cannot find the original thread ( it was a guy who gave his statistics on internet dating on Positive SIngles) he was candid and thought it was a good idea for women to try.

Put a pic ( as he said be creative) and see what happens.

I have been a serial internet dates off and on. But a specific site for STD was very different for me and I decided to do it. Meeting men overall and then having the talk is not easy.

So if we both have herpes..we both know what each other is going thru.

I certainly hope this doesnt make men that they can get sex easily ( I read off someone's post).

SO...I put up a pic ( made it creative) was comfortable enough to add more pic's after a day.

I got contacted within 2 days, 7 men who are interested. Some to chat which is nice and others who want to meet up for coffee/brunch.

Like all date's lets see where this goes..but I think to get feedback this quickly made me feel good.

Also..this website is FREE. Pictures, emails and winks. I think its the men that must pay.

So if they are paying for their membership..they must be somewhat interested in meeting ( intentions are another story).

I will meet up for brunch with one. 2 other guys we should be meeting up soon ( casual/day coffee).

I REALLY feel that I put myself out there to do this and I hope to have a good time and see where this goes.

I been so out of the loop for dating. I know I deserve to have a fun/date/boyfriend whatever.. but at times Herpes makes ME feel..oh thats for other people not me. Just wait till I have the talk..lets see if they stick around.

I would drive myself crazy with that kind of thinking.

SO not true. You disclose.Be upfront honest ( armed with all info), dont be emotional and let the person make the choice. Thats it.



Im not endorsing PS yet:cool: will keep you posted

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Good luck!

There are several h dating sites out there. I hope this works for you.

Come to the "Chat Room", there you will find many nice fellow Herpsters who can offer you their support.

Good luck!


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