In this section we look at the impact HIV can have on your relationship, whether it’s you, your partner, or both of you that have HIV. We also look at the impact ill health can have on the relationship, and some of the challenges when you may face if one partner becomes the carer for the other.
You’ll also find information and advice if you feel that HIV is getting in the way of you finding or maintaining a relationship. Finally, there’s a section detailing the different people and organisations you can go to if you are HIV positive and need help or support around your relationship.
Divisive events of the past few years show how much animosity there can be when two sides fundamentally disagree with each other...Read more
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In a phenomenon that seems to be particular to the gay community, a lot of guys end up with a friend or two who they used to go out with. Some still go on holiday together. But how close a friend can your ex really be?Read more
I’ve been with FS for nearly six years now and in my experience there are only two subjects that get men as heated as this. One is sexual racism and the other is open relationships.Read more
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We surveyed 1,006 gay men and asked them what their opinions on open relationships are. We uncovered some fascinating results...Read more
If you’re worried about an HIV-positive partner getting sick or dying then it’s time for you to realise that it’s now the 21st century.Read more
Apparently, an estimated 8% of London’s population is gay, making it a makeshift man-meat Mecca for homosexuals from across the UK and even the globe.Read more
An interview with my HIV-negative husband.Read more
Let's play the relationships game.Read more