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Seems counterintuitive, yet so many people do just that.

“Dating with HIV, seriously or casually, is hard — even though it doesn’t have to be,” wrote the Temple University graduate.

“I am HIV positive, but it is undetectable.” That means Fratti — who takes an antiretroviral drug every day— cannot transmit the virus.

I wasn’t looking for a serious relationship after I graduated high school, so I guess you could say that what we had was nothing more than a summer fling.

At the end of the summer I would find myself on a hill, surrounded by farms in upstate New York.

But is this a positive development or something to be concerned about?

Is online dating making the world better and dating more effective, or is something important being lost or sacrificed as a result?

In the twenty-first century, we use the internet for almost everything that we do.

We use search engines such as Bing or Google to find information.

With social communication now more accessible than ever, the number of singles that use them is growing every day.

According to Valkenburg and Peter (2007), almost half of internet users that were single and actively searching for a relationship have admitted to using an online dating site.

Five years ago, at the age of 28, Karen Fratti was diagnosed with HIV.