"If I can pair up just 10 people a month and they spend time together at the weekend or go for coffee, then I'd be the happiest woman around." Shaba has also written a book, Secrets of a Woman's Soul, which tells of her relationship with her mother, who died of an Aids-related disease.She hopes to send girls orphaned by Aids to university with funds raised from the book.About one in five Zimbabweans is infected, the United Nations says. One common perception is that single people who are HIV positive should no longer be involved in sexual relationships."There's an unspoken expectation that if you're single and you test positive, you're supposed to become celibate," the founder of the agency, Luta Shaba, told the BBC News website."So we need to say we are beautiful people, we are alive, and each living being is entitled to a mate and nobody should be sentenced to a lifetime of total solitude."Considering the way people are so conservative here and the social issues around HIV I am enthused at the start that the agency has made.She states that HIV positive individuals should not be left behind by healthy people.Usually, persons that do not suffer from severe health diseases cannot understand that severe sufferers have the same rights to lead a happy and unrestricted life as they themselves do.
"I asked him whether he would have been comfortable having sexual relations with me using a condom, had I not disclosed.A dating agency has been started in Zimbabwe about two moths ago, with the goal of helping the ones that carry the Human Immunodeficiency Virus in finding love and a partner to share sad and happy moments with.The whole idea of the agency came from a woman - herself infected - that has noticed that the HIV and AIDS patients have no chance to survive and lead a normal life (or what's left of it) in a world full of prejudices and partiality."It's almost like an us and them, there's an assumption that you're negative, so go and get tested so that you can keep yourself safe from those positive people.I challenged the last date that I had who left me when I disclosed my status.