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“A lot of guys will message just terrible things, right off the bat,” said Maddie Forshee, a 21-year-old-student in Grand Rapids, Mich.
She serves as the Educational Coordinator and Vice President for the nonprofit, the Colorado H Club, and in 2010 founded the Expression Of Life Foundation to provide education and support to women around the world to live, love and thrive with herpes. Kelly and her husband, Richard Schuh, live a vibrant, healthy life in the spectacular mountains of Boulder, CO and are the proud parents of their daughter Madeline, known as the Happiest Baby in the World.
Together they enjoy biking, camping, skiing, yoga, meditation, personal growth, gourmet food and giggles. Kelly invites women of all ages to join her Pink Tent™ virtual community a herpes forum and herpes support group at
But newer dating apps seem to have made it fun for young people to use — or at least pass the time.
Alfred Mohi, 24, said he has used Tinder for flings with people he doesn’t want to see again, and for the emotional high of matching and talking with women he deems attractive.