All the sites offer free membership, though you can access advanced features only through an upgrade to a paid membership.
Unique features and intuitive search functionalities and matchmaking systems make these our top choices.
Created by Andrew Goyvaerts, POZ launched in March to help singletons navigate the dating world without facing stigma about their status.
“After being diagnosed with HIV in 2013 I found stigma and the opinions of others to be the hardest part of moving on with life,” he told Pink News.
He's 70, almost 30 years older than me and we met on here and he called me tonight and were making plans for me to move out there so I can be with him for a long term relationship.
The site caters to both men and women, whether gay or straight, irrespective of race or nationality.
Registration is easy and it is free, where all you need to do is to sign up and start building up your profile. Read More » POZ Match has been operating since 1998 and is a very popular HIV dating community.
You can join the site free, with the basic membership allowing you to access all services on the site, except initiating an email.
However, free membership allows the user to respond to an email sent to him or her.