For 23 years, Meet People With Herpes (MPWH) has stood as the leading dating community for HSV singles and others living with STDs. The community policies are built from the ground up around privacy, transparency, and openness, making it a much-needed alternative to the many other online dating services in operation today.
“Privacy is our absolute priority,” Harley, marketing manager at MPWH says. “No one is forced to submit any information they are not comfortable sharing, and all the information we collect is kept private and anonymous until the user decides to open up to other members they are interacting with.”
Joining MPWH is simple. Users simply create a private profile, input as much information as they'd like, and choose what to keep private. The community extends a warm welcome only to singles living with herpes. This maximizes the value of the experience for all users, creating an environment free of discriminatory behavior and language many of them are struggling to escape with other dating services.
Because MPWH has been so successful for so long, it has established itself as the largest and most active herpes-only community on the internet.
The website's blog library, created by community members and other experts from around the web, has grown into an invaluable trove of resources, support, insights, and conversations about living with HSV. Members actively engage in discussions on a wide variety of topics, including managing symptoms, advice on sexual health, managing relationships, and how to successfully find love and happiness while living with HSV.
“MPWH was way ahead of its time, and because we are so firmly rooted as the de-facto service for countless singles living with HSV, we have one of the most active, closely-connected, and authentic dating communities on the web,” Harley says. “When people join MPWH, they are getting much more than another dating service. They are joining a group of people who are here to fully support them and help them find the love of their lives in a positive, uplifting space that won't turn them away because of their health.”
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