People with HPV, HSV-1, HSV-2, HIV, Hepatitis, and other STDs are served in the same searchable profile database, so you can select just to see profiles with HSV-1 and/or HSV-2 or HPV.
Positive is one of the more expensive herpes dating services, but a lot of people sign up because there are many more profiles for people with herpes than any other site.
After all, if you KNOW that you have herpes, you can take precautions to reduce the risk of spreading it.
Since most people are unaware that they have herpes, they are not taking any precautions, and are more likely to spread it.
Others just come out and say “Herpes” or “HSV ”, “HSV-1” or “HSV-2” in their ads.
But MOST people with genital herpes don’t know that they have herpes, and they are still out there in the general dating pool.
Also, a lot of people who do NOT have herpes are willing to consider dating someone who carries the herpes virus – after they learn the facts.
When posting personal ads on Non-H dating sites, some people choose to disclose their herpes status up front, while others prefer to wait.
Some people place the numbers “437737” in their ads or in their searches to find others with Herpes.