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Well I actually ended up just putting [my status] on my profile, because it was just getting too much, but then what was happening was that I was actually getting quite a lot of abuse, even from people who came to me when I hadn’t contacted them.

It’s not that people living with HIV face stigma every single day, but those sporadic incidents paint a bigger picture of non- acceptance.

Coincidentally, they were also real and unpretentious. Just for a moment, put yourself in someone else’s shoes.

After weeks of running a low-grade fever, an occasional bout with thrush, and some nasty skin rashes, you decide to get yourself checked.

While the medical outlook for those living with HIV is better than ever before, it’s a sad fact that the stigma and prejudice surrounding those with the virus remains stuck years behind the science, meaning navigating the already tricky world of love and sex can often turn into an ordeal.

After receiving one-too-many abusive messages on the popular dating apps of today, Andrew Goyvaerts decided to tackle the problem with the world’s first dating app for people living with HIV, both gay and straight.

The result was POZ, created when Andrew realised there were “so few places that we can meet someone to date without fear of stigma or even rejection upon disclosure of status.” We caught up with the app designer to find out more about the app, the stress and abuse people still face when it comes to disclosing their status, and why accusations that the app ‘segregates’ those living with HIV miss the point entirely… It was only launched in March but it’s a concept I came up with about two years ago.

It’s a very different feeling, and I felt there was a real need for this [app]. We’ve had a lot of downloads in the UK, Australia and America, which seem to be our main areas, so that’s where we’re mainly focused on.Dear Reader, There is no way for a sexually active person to be 100 percent certain that s/he is protected from HIV infection or any other sexually transmitted infection (STI).However, there are many ways to reduce risk of transmission, even for an uninfected person in a sexually active relationship with someone who is HIV-positive. Anywho, several of my friends encouraged me to send Jack some of my pictures for this project.I love rejection just about as much as I love failure.Rejection, which is a main component of the impact of stigma on people living with HIV, becomes more than just a "shitty" moment for those of us living with the red rider.