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New Online Dating Magazine Launched for HIV Personals

July 30, 2013

Dubbed as the official online HIV magazine for HIV+ people by the Guardian, PZ.com has promised HIV+ people they no longer have a need to isolate themselves or ever feel lonely again.

Los Angles, California (PRWEB) July 30, 2013

PositiveSingles.com has announced today the official cooperation with a new magazine website – PZ.com. Aiming to become the best, largest, and most trusted online dating site for people with Herpes, HPV, HIV/AIDS and other STDs in the world, with countless members in the US, UK, Canada, Australia and Europe, and dubbed as the official online HIV magazine for HIV+ people by the Guardian, PZ.com has promised HIV+ people they no longer have a need to isolate themselves or ever feel lonely again.

Besides wanting to be the best, largest, completely anonymous and most trusted online dating site for people with STDs, the site's spokesperson is hoping it (PZ.com) will become the premier news outlet providing comprehensive news and information of STDs (sexually transmitted diseases). Noting there are over 70 million people currently living with STDs in the U.S. alone and an overall estimate of 400 million worldwide, the site's spokesperson has claimed that "when you have Herpes (HSV-1, HSV-2), HPV (Human Papillomavirus), HIV or any other STD, it can make you feel like you are all alone in the world."

But for those people who wish there was a place where they didn't have to worry about being rejected or discriminated against, the spokesperson has assured their "warm-hearted and exclusive community for singles and friends with STDs" was created to help all who are looking for Herpes dating, HPV dating, HIV AIDS dating, or any other STD dating.

"Here you can get on with your life and meet new friends, partners or potential spouses," said the spokesperson.

PZ.com, according to its operator, will be an information and news resource where people can go to learn all about HIV test and all kinds of HIV information, or find someone to talk to or offer help and advice.

"We care about your privacy more than other sites, so you are not required to submit any information you are not comfortable with. All your personal information can be private and anonymous until you want to take things further," explained the source, who added that everyone with an STD, regardless of race, religion, sexual orientation or gender, can join the site" and "never feel lonely again!"

In becoming a member of PositiveSingles.com, the spokesperson for the company which has been in the online dating business 12 years now, said people infected with varying STDs can go to the site, create a totally free and anonymous profile and start connecting with hundreds of thousands of singles like themselves.

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