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Dating Resources: Can You Still Find Love and Companionship When You Are HIV Positive? The Answer From Our Panelists? A Resounding Yes!

June 2007

The following contains resources you can use to get out there!

U.S. Dating Sites for HIV-Positive Gays or Straights

Positive Love
Free to join

HIV Passions
Fees charged for most features

POZ Personals
Free, affiliated with POZ magazine

A Greater Date
A directory of dating sites for people dealing with HIV, HCV, HPV or herpes (free)
Free to join, but there is a fee for most features
Free profile, fees are charged for other features

Gay HIV-Positive Social Groups in the United States

This is a sampling of the many social groups in the United States for people with HIV. Many HIV organizations across the country have straight and gay support or social groups. To find a group near you, visit The Body's extensive list of AIDS organizations. Remember, you are NOT alone! But it's up to you to reach out and connect with others!

DC Young Poz Socials (Washington, D.C.)

Life Happens (Tampa Bay, Fla., area)

POZ Seattle (Seattle, Wash.)

Nothing But Guys
Gay HIV-positive social group in NYC (free)
E-mail:, 212-462-9009

Sac Valley Pozabilities (Sacramento Valley, Calif.)

PSPozabilities (Palm Springs, Calif., area)

Strength In Numbers (Los Angeles, Calif.)

The Hope Foundation (Washington, D.C; Baltimore, Md.)

Heterosexual-Only Resources

Guys and Girls
Social group for heterosexuals with HIV in NYC
e-mail:, 212-462-9009

Hetero Pos Atlanta
Social group for heterosexuals with HIV in Atlanta, Ga.

For additional groups, click here.

Additional Dating Resources

For safer sex information geared for the HIV positive, click here.

To read more about dating when you're HIV positive, click here.

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