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The new marriage service, started in December 2009, is in its early stages of development and doesn’t have much activity now.Zaynah asks Muslims with STDs to submit a description of themselves and the disease(s) they carry.Based on the information submitted, she matches people up and then contacts the female’s guardian. Zaynah does not guarantee that matched people may end up getting married but she is intent on giving them the key that will open the door to marital possibilities.The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) once said that, “The example of a believer is that of a fresh tender plant; from whatever direction the wind comes, it bends it, but when the wind becomes quiet, it becomes straight again.“You can’t turn back the hands of time,” said Zaynah as she told her story.“It’s not just the converts, some Muslims born into Islam sway, even for awhile, from what is right.” Zaynah became sexually active in her 12th year of high school.
However incurable sexually contracted diseases, such as HIV/Aids; they carry with them for life.HIV (Human immunodeficiency virus) is a deadly condition in which the body’s immune system ceases to function properly. The virus spread first among homosexuals but is now widespread in the general population. In particular, marriage within the Muslim community is a near impossibility. Because sexually transmitted diseases become a complication for people when trying to meet future marriage candidates, Sister Zaynah from Virginia decided to start a matrimonial service for Muslims who carry incurable STDs. For Muslims with HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), the social stigma attached to the disease puts many roadblocks in their community involvement.For most people, living with the social stigma of being diagnosed with a chronic STD is the hardest part of living with Herpes or HPV.Looking for a place to meet other Colorado singles with herpes?