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Dating Apps & the “Digital Quarantine”

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Scott

Zzzzzzzz...this is such a worn out topic. It's not the 90's anymore. If ur undetectable it's ur private health issue. U have no moral, ethical or legal (in CA at least) to tell anyone anything.

October 18, 2016

Otrchsr

Yes GABIGBEAR... I hope so too. That neg test usually means you were negative up to like 3months ago right? So, you or your partner could be unknowingly infected. Oh and that bs that anyone has used a condom every time; not slipping even just that one time it takes to get infected. You can reduce your risks but luck has a role in it too.

October 4, 2016

Frnlee

I do think this is unfortunate. The stigmatic approach and criminalization along with the infectious surveillance is doing more harm than good. It stops people from getting tested, treated, or disclosing their status all together. I think that for many people, the ones rejecting positive romantic prospects, the stigma is public perception of them also having the virus. I als think many men wouldn't care about a hiv status in their partner, as long as disclosed privately & can protect themselves.

October 4, 2016

gabigbear

I dumped Grindr long ago I am positive and not ashamed of it I ALWAYS TELL ANYONE I AM GOING TO HAVE SEX WITH MY STATUS just that simple those who seem to brag on some sites I'm Neg that's wonderful and I hope they stay that way, but its how they seem to present their status that irks me we have enough external discrimination do we need to bring it home too. YES KNOW YOU AND YOUR PARTNERS STATUS just that simple

September 28, 2016 Georgia

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