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The HIV status of your (sex) partner

Some people with HIV simply prefer to have someone else with HIV as their (sex) partner. When someone with HIV chooses to have a partner with the same HIV status, that is known as serosorting. The reasons that peoplestatus partner commonly give for serosorting include feeling that they are on an equal level with their partner, not having HIV be a source of tension in the relationship, and feeling relief at not having to worry about infecting the other person. There are also people with HIV who prefer having a partner who does not have HIV. They might say, for example, that one disease in the relationship is more than enough. Other people don’t care either way, for example because they do not want to limit their choice only to people with HIV.

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