Genital Warts is where you'd be able to connect with hundreds of thousands of HPV singles from across the globe and find your ideal match.
This is a specialized HPV dating site that aims to bring together people with HPV on a common platform thereby giving them an opportunity to seek requisite support that had been missing in their life.
I don’t want to rob my partners of having the right to make the choice I was never given.
There’s so much stigma surrounding this that I want to share my story so others know they aren’t alone.
HPV has garnered a lot of attention in the past decade due to its high transmission risk and its link to cancer.There is particular risk of developing cancers through exposure to HPV–16 and HPV–18.HPV is the most common sexually transmitted viral infection: an estimated 75 percent of sexually active men and women having been exposed to at least one genital-related strain.Roughly 10 percent of genital warts wouldn’t be covered in that vaccine … (Note: a newer version of the vaccine has added coverage for five additional strains of HPV.) As for your question about disclosure: yes, you should tell people that you have genital warts.When it comes to anything sex/dating related, I am an unrelenting advocate for informed consent.Whether you’re carrying bacteria that’s easily treated with an antibiotic, or a virus you’ll have for life, people deserve to know what they are getting into if they choose to have sex with you. Remember that you have nothing to be ashamed of: the more comfortable you are talking about it, the more comfortable they’ll be. You can discuss the virus itself, how it’s contracted and the vaccine, and then let them decide what they want to do.