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Proposal: Honeycomb Meetup App


lexyz22

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I think It could be a great idea to create an app aptly called "Honeycomb" that lets people with HSV and HIV organize meet ups in the local area and nights out etc. 

There are many apps similar to this, and dating apps too but they all sound so stigmatising, like "HSV Positives, or 'Positive Singles'".

I'd be tempted to develop something like this myself but i would feel bad stealing the name. I think Honeycomb sounds so inviting and warm.

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