Dating men in wheelchairs
For many people this is an emotional issue while others, usually those already in relationships, don’t understand what all the fuss is about. Some of these girls are crazy I mean, have you read some of those things? Hey, I’m a dangerously insecure nymphomaniac with borderline personality disorder and daddy issue.I have no interest in sugar coating things, nor do I want to make it more of a big deal than it is. Only message me if you’re a small, hairless (preferably Asian) slave up for fun with whips and chains who will act like an alpha male in front of my dad.”“I’m def a party girl; like totally only happy if I’m simultaneously drinking ecstasy with my vodka, giving a hand job to a guy from TOWIE and posing for one of those AMAZEBALLS branded nightclub photos. Does the quality, or lack thereof, of girls put me off? There are plenty of normal, even attractive and interesting people on there too.Dating is rarely straightforward, and sometimes less so if you have a disability.It certainly involves time and energy, often mishaps and embarrassments, but if you’re lucky and have humour, then you can find the thing we all desire… So there are bound to be some scintillating stories from this single 20-something, disabled guy, as he shares his dating diaries… Here’s the deal: • I’m in my early 20s • I’m disabled • I use an electric wheelchair all day • I’m reliant on personal assistants for everything • I’m single… these are my confessions, written down in all their glory, for your pleasure. I have no particular desire to broadcast details of my life, especially not my love life.It’s 10.55pm and I’m sat at my computer, tabbing between Facebook and Gmail while I try to decide if this is a good idea or not. Instead, I’m doing this because somebody needs to tell the truth about what it’s like to date with a disability.
And I get why–people are uncomfortable around things that are different, especially wheelchairs.
(Even more so if they don’t know anyone who uses a wheelchair on a personal level).