Past that, you’re asked to provide a few basic things like what you’re interested in, your marital status, ethnicity, etc.
Members don't have to worry about when to tell other members they have herpes, since everyone in the group does.
A big part of STD Internet groups is social outings. "When we go on outings, we don't put a sign up in the hallway saying, 'Meeting of the Charlotte herpes club,'" Pam said, "Once we went to dinner and there were 30 of us and the hostess asked, 'What's the special occasion?
One site, H2Ofriends.com, lists events for people with herpes in some 40 cities, from San Francisco, California, to Cedar Rapids, Iowa. ' My friend said, 'We're the Charlotte pottery club!
Spark’s interface is clean, easy-to-use, and the sign up process is simple. The site is mostly free, with a subscription option if you’d like a full-featured experience.
Spark’s initial sign-up process took only a few minutes, requiring a username, password, email, and birthdate.Once she told men she was dating about herpes, many ran in the opposite direction."One guy, I thought he was Mr. But then when I told him that I had herpes, he said, 'Forget my phone number, forget my address,' and he blocked me from being able to message him on the computer," she says.