Herpes Dating Website Considers the Impact of a Low Libido on Relationships

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On May 16, members on PositiveSingles.com (http://www.positivesingles.com/) discussed whether they would leave their partner if they discovered that their partner's sex drive was lower than their own due to low libido.

PositiveSingles.com is a website dedicated to helping individuals who have tested positive for STDs find love and support in their local area. Today, over 400 million people across the world are living with STDs, and PositiveSingles.com gives them a way to reach out to others. In an attempt to better understand their members, the website allowed members to discuss some hot issues on a "Hot Topic" page so that individuals could get involved. One of these questions referred to how important it may be for a couple to have a compatible sex drive.

Some members participating in the discussion argued that they would be comfortable dealing with the lack of sex in a relationship, and simply discover other ways to be intimate with their partner if they were happy together. One member said:

"Sex is a way to physically act out the connections in the relationship. I would stay if we were committed to each other and we were working on the issue. I need that physical connection in another way".

Another member commented:

"There is a difference between a healthy sex life and nymphomania. Being with someone constantly demanding I put out turns me off."

Overall, the discussion found that most members on this herpes dating site believed an active and healthy sex life with their partner to be an important part of maintaining a successful relationship. According to them, disconnecting with their partner on a sexual level could lead them into feeling unsatisfied or unhappy in their relationship. One member said:

"Sex is incredibly important to me."

Another commented:
"Compatible libido becomes incompatible for a reason, e.g.: low 'T', postpartum depression, blood flow, weight, emotional issues, age. If both don't work to fix libido issues and return to a normal sex life, someone will likely move on."

PositiveSingles.com offers a safe and valuable place for members to come together and join in these discussions, as a way of opening up pathways of conversation between individuals with compatible thought patterns.

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