Lately, I feel like the dating world has become a cesspool of people looking for their “perfect” partner and only focusing on looks.
Adding in the fact that a person has any kind of disability, people tend to make a long list of assumptions.
If the world views you as different please join us. **NO SHOW POLICY**The organizers spend many hours of their time researching, organizing, and hosting events.
Some romanticize certain disabilities, while others - too few, but more every day - see the person first.
I’ve heard a few ranging from daily activities and my ability to be intimate, if you know what I mean.
Not only are those taboos a bit too personal, they are also extremely outdated stereotypes.
We aren’t all going around looking for nurses; we want an actual partner, someone to love.
Intimacy is possible, even if it requires some adaptation.
Search for disablty dating:
Things like: nice body, great smile, a good listener, and funny tend to pop up first.