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People With Herpes: Prefer dating someone without Herpes or with Herpes?

If you are people with herpes, what kind of people do you prefer to dating, With herpes or without herpes?
This is a question. Some people with herpes give us their great idea on dating with herpes:

A (St. Louis HSV-2 single men): Personally . I prefer dating someone without Herpes. It really show what type of person they are. If you are really looking for someone to spend the rest of your life with and they accept you for who you are really explains alot about who they are. That to me is amazing.. To me it means that person really wants to be in a true relationship. Some people who I have came across who have it have their guards up so much and are still expecting too much. Like how can you be so judgement and picky. They will never be satisfied. I feel the same way when it comes to herpes guys. They are 10 times more guarded than the men without it. It usually ends up never working out. Recently I just let an herpes guy go and told him I wished him the best cause he was to distant.

Dating someone with or without herpes

Dating someone with or without herpes

B (Seattle, Washington, HSV woman): I prefer dating anyone who really likes me and respects me. I’ve found zero difference between dating h vs non-h in that arena btw.

C (hsv-1, HSV-2, woman): I want to find my guy and have a family I hope I get that chance, I haven’t given up. I’m talking to someone states away. Lol. From a Herpes dating site .He has type 2 like me, but not type 1 and I have both, but he is ok with that… I’ve never have had a cold sore

D (herpes woman): I don’t think H status is relevant to dating in the sense you’re referring to. With my partner who also has H, I forget we even have it. I don’t think he’s any less of a good person than someone without it who makes the decision to date someone with H. I’m more worried about dating someone who makes me happy.

E(Canada HSV-2 Man): It’s tricky, my wife is h free but should one day she get herpes from me and we decide that we are not a good fit anymore, I would feel terrible.

I think the best situation would not be to look for someone who is h free just because it shows that the person cares for you, but rather look for a person who cares for you truly.
I don’t know how to explain the feeling of the acceptance of h to be a measure of how someone cares for you.

E (New York HSV-2 woman) :  I’d never want to infect anyone. I dont want the burden or worry about giving this to someone especially while just dating and yoiu cant get to marriage without the dating part. Unsure emoticon It has devastated my personal sex/love life. I cant imagine being responsible for doing that to someone else.

F (Herpes, woman): I would hope that they would see my worth with or without H. I am a good person and if you know your worth then the person you meet will value you either way.

G ( Herpes Woman): I have yet to find a non-h person who is TRULY ok with the risks. They all seem to say they are ok with it, but then put all kinds of limitations on what they will do with me sexually. I can’t handle that. I feel like men are afraid of my vagina, and that stings.

H (Herpes Man): I can understand that… The sex with my last GF who was H free kind of sucked. I was lucky if I got a handjob, and oral sex was out of the question! I’ll stick with someone who knows, understands and is dealing with the same situation. It seems to me the sex is a lot better too.

I (New Orleans, Louisiana ,HSV woman): I think it differs according to what works best for each individual person. I personally would rather date an H person so that I won’t have that dark cloud hanging over my head…always worrying about giving my loved one H. I don’t think I could fully enjoy sex worrying about it. But that is ME! By no means do I think everyone should feel this way. 

J (British Columbia, herpes man ):  I’m in a relationship with a muggle right now and have to say that i agree, you can certainly infer the degree to which they value you from their acceptance. That said, it does sort of feel like waiting for the other shoe to drop, expecting them to inevitably get it and worrying how it might effect them. Compare that to the back of your mind possibility that you’re a consolation prize and I’m at a loss as to which side the grass is greener on.

Overview of Peopewithherpes.org : No matter you are prefer dating some with herpes or without herpes, you should make yourself better and better, And Love is a magic thing, you will find the one who accept you.