Positive Singles, the world's largest online STD dating platform, is now partnering with The STD Project by adding the website's Founder, Jenelle Marie, as their Spokesperson, allowing for unprecedented access to millions of people affected by STDs.
Positive Singles (positivesingles.com), the world's largest online STD dating platform, is now partnering with The STD Project (thestdproject.com) by adding the website's Founder, Jenelle Marie, as their Spokesperson. The STD Project, with over 2 million views since launch, is the largest online story-telling platform and resource for people with STDs. Combined with Positive Singles' 800,000 members, their collaboration allows for support and unprecedented access to the millions of people affected by STDs worldwide.
By focusing on awareness and education, Positive Singles is not only helping those who have been diagnosed with an STD to begin dating again, but Jenelle Marie's personal story provides practical insight into what it's like to live and love with an STD. Jenelle Marie shares her personal story with members, provides expert resources to the over 20 million Americans diagnosed with an STD annually, and takes a practical approach to a very taboo subject.
The STD Project's award-winning website builds on the success of the Positive Singles dating platform by adding a component for its users that wasn't previously available. As an STD researcher, writer, speaker, and expert with a personal stake in the ability to move forward with a highly stigmatized diagnosis, Jenelle Marie supplies a fresh and realistic perspective for Positive Singles' members. "Sure, no one wants an infection - I don't want a cold or the flu," says Jenelle, "but, as humans, our bodies are not infallible. They are resilient, yes, but certainly not infallible, and maladies are part of the human experience, so having an STD is just that - part of your experience - and it doesn't have to define you. That's what I want people to take from my work as Positive Singles' Spokesperson"
This union, strategically aligned before 2014's STD Awareness Month will help guide the 1 in 2 Millennials who will contract an STD by the age of 25 so that they can move on in their lives without letting an infection hold them back from love, success, or happiness. "We couldn't be more excited to offer this unique perspective for our members - a viewpoint that only someone who's been there can understand ," says Positive Singles' CEO, "and our upcoming awareness campaigns with Jenelle Marie will provide for that."
For more information, contact Jenelle Marie at firstname.lastname@example.org