My answer is yes as it is not about the HIV status of the individual that counts firstly although it will be important as to how we move on in the longterm but the whole person among other things .......... firstly let us look at some other pointers:
Serodiscordancy (couples with mixed HIV status) is a subject not often discussed locally as relationship issues generally in same gender loving couples are not looked at with any seriousness either by advocates or groups representing Jamaican LGBT people or I doubt if there are any studies done to look at the pyscho-social issues surrounding this phenomenon, so the bashing is allowed to continue and stigmatization occurs once it is even suspected an individual may have HIV, serodiscordant means by the way or (sero-discordancy) is a term used to describe a couple in which one partner is HIV positive and the other is HIV negative. Serodiscordant relationships are also referred to as "magnetic". The term seroconcordant is its antonym, used to describe a couple in which both partners are of the same HIV status (i.e. both are HIV positive or both are HIV negative).
A US HIV prevention study in 2009 supports what many researchers, activists and people living with the virus have believed for years--antiretroviral medications reduce HIV transmission in straight serodiscordant couples (where one person is HIV positive and one person is HIV negative) by 96 percent. Most couples of mixed HIV status face similar issues regardless of sexual orientation. Straight or gay, mixed couples usually live with fears about HIV transmission to the negative partner and concerns about maintaining a safe but satisfying sex life. Some encounter a profound lack of support and validation from family and friends, who often question why they're getting into or continuing a relationship full of risks like HIV transmission, illness, dependency and death. Of course, illness, death and dependency can happen in any relationship, but somehow HIV makes them more palpable. Serodiscordant couples face numerous issues not faced by seroconcordant couples, including facing a decision as to what level of sexual activity is comfortable for them, knowing that practising safer sex reduces but does not eliminate the risk of transmission to the HIV negative partner. There are also potential psychological issues arising out of taking care of a sick partner, and survivor guilt. Financial strains may also be more accentuated as one partner becomes ill and potentially less able or unable to work.
Research involving serodiscordant couples has offered insights into how the virus is passed and how individuals who are HIV positive may be able to reduce the risk of passing the virus to their partner. With PrEP being pushed now as prevention for HIV in negative persons how will this change the scheme of things once it is approved and becomes the norm worldwide providing that costs for ARVs and related medicines come to a reasonable price for nearly all to have access. Will this improve dating and hence long term relationships and literally remove some of the concerns serodiscordant couples face navigating love and their union?
Disclosure however of ones HIV status is still a major taboo issue judging by interactions on the subject when it is mentioned, when some enlightened gay Jamaican in particular decides to use a medium such as Facebook to point out quite openly their status as positive they are met with unbelievable hostility for the most part and are driven out of groups in some cases as has been noted in several MSM membered ones and even to the point of closure with tersely worded comments thrown at the nominee as a germ carrier and they are to just go and die, clearly we have long ways to go on this matter with this younger generation. Is there however some denial in all that backlash towards persons who are open about their HIV status or are persons out there knowing that they are HIV positive but are pretending to be otherwise so as to avoid the very stigma that they themselves end up serving on others who are open about the subject?
Similarly we are told and to some extent seen proof as well of homophobes who are in fact homosexual but use homo-negativity to cover their tracks or seek some sort of psychological relief from the guilt they feel of having same sex urges.