It's the honorable thing to do.
You made your choices, and, it's only fair that you should allow others the same benefits.
For 20 years, we've known about how the stuff gets transmitted.
If you were to do anything less (non-disclosure), you'd be a self-indulgent jerk.
Lots of guys runs around HIV +, not knowing, nor wanting to know. Ignorance is bliss. They do BB, and all sorts of irresponsible, self-indulgent, careless, behavior, and society cleans up after them.
In this day in age, there's really not a lot of excuses for contracting HIV, other than really bad luck, or really bad choices.
You've done the honorable thing. If it saves one person, then it was a worthwhile effort. Let others learn from your experience.
It's a real good idea to get tested, and the selfless thing to do. Always being selfish is not cool.
And, yes, I'm non-reactive, on the 2 week test, done just recently, but, I knew I'd be, because I've NEVER, not a single time, been self-indulgent, and irresponsible, in my sexual behavior. It's the right thing to do. Always thinking of oneself, and a brief moment is very selfish and irresponsible, but, it looks like you're growing up.
I think everyone has to think of the long-reaching / far-reaching consequences of irresponsible sexual behavior and how it burdens society, hurts people, and so on. In a world of I,I,I, I think it's important that folks take some personal responsibility, whether it's their obesity or their sexual behavior.
I think that, through your disclosure, if you cause one young man to pause, think, and be a responsible person, you have done a very good thing. You've taken the moral high ground, and shown others that they'd shouldn't live as you did, and that there are choices, as well as consequences. Many, many, many urban youth have never faced any consequences, or responsibility. To remind them is a very good thing.