PositiveSingles: Herpes Could Not Be Cured, but 'Can Be Saved'
Young Boy Never Broke Again (NBA YoungBoy), has recently released a new single and video "Can't Be Saved". PositiveSingles, the largest confidential herpes/STD dating and support online community since 2001, hopes the celebrity figure could lead the public in a positive direction on living with herpes.
LOS ANGELES, September 18, 2018 (Newswire.com) - NBA Young Boy, an up-and-coming American rapper has recently released a new single and video “Can’t Be Saved” which as of today, has had some over 10 million views, and over 14 thousand comments. The song is regarded as the artist’s way of publicly confessing he’s got “herpes in my blood”. Following the release of the song, the artist’s girlfriend, Jania, also declared on Instagram she too has the STD. PositiveSingles, the largest confidential herpes/STD dating and support online community since 2001, hopes the celebrity figure could lead the public in a positive direction on living with herpes.
“He has added his voice, elegantly and lyrically, to help in dispelling the negative stigma that has surrounded herpes infection. NBA Young Boy has eloquently scripted the truth about living with herpes, although somehow fiercely,” Alexander, the Public Relation Manager of PositiveSingles commented.
PositiveSingles believes that speaking it up is the very first step before joining the fight to remove herpes related stigma, especially celebrities. It has been estimated that the psychological consequences of a herpes diagnosis are more damaging than the physical consequences. The platform believes that outside, the allegedly purposefully crafted shame, herpes is a skin to an infection that can easily be managed.
Popular entertainers and public figures will help guide and lead the public in a positive direction on living with herpes.
As is the case with many of PositiveSingles’ members, they have regained or continued their romance. “Singles with herpes here love, support each other and are willing to share their stories, as are the thousands who have and are continuing to share their romantic dating stories and advice with the herpes support groups via the PositiveSingles.com site.
“The message we want to deliver to the public is that living with herpes is absolutely not the end of love or romance,” said Alexander, “and popular entertainers and public figures will help guide and lead the public in a positive direction on living with herpes.”
“We look forward to new artworks about the inspiring story about how people overcome the STD. It can only redound to the good of all people with herpes feeling good about themselves,” noted Alexander.