When I first my started online dating service 10 years ago, the first thing I thought that was important for our members was to exchange their medical records, especially regarding sexually transmitted diseases (STV’s), such as HIV and hepatitis. Currently, we require our members to exchange their Medical Records before their first meeting in JAPAN.
Having a HIV test performed was not very popular in Japan 10 years ago since most Japanese people believed that they had no problem. However, recently, more and more people are joining online dating sites and people are traveling globally to meet their dates in person. Meeting someone internationally is getting easier, and there is a freedom in making love globally. However, when falling in love, people often forget about STV’s. As a result, there can be serious consequences if you or your date gets a STV. And then the question is who will take responsibility for the consequences?
In order to ensure the utmost safety and satisfaction of our members, we highly recommend and require our members to exchange their medical records, including their STV status, before being in an intimate relationship with your dates. As stated in MJL's Membership Guidelines, we require that both our male and female members share with each other their current medical records, including their STV report. I believe sharing this critical information is a MUST DO etiquette for people who are seeking their special one globally.
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