Dating a disables woman
That was until I published a post called 10 reasons why Dating a Disabled Girl is the best thing you’ll Ever do. Fancy Gadgets My house is equipped with Gadgets to help me round the house, be it a through floor lift a personal washing toilet, massive wet room or a bed that sits you up, loving me could feel futuristic Determined I have dealt with massive amounts of crap in my life, whether it be .It was a lighthearted piece, and I thought that like all the others it would never be read. A few days later, it had gone mental RTs via Twitter, countless shares Facebook and it was even discussed by Men in my local. I thought I’d give you eligible men 49 reasons why dating me is just amazing.. discrimination or just personal frustration I have always been massively determined,and apparently Men like a Woman who knows her own mind?This is going to be an honest account, every word you read will be true. I’m ambitious, busy and I work from home so I don’t get much chance to meet people. Next time you’ll hear about my first interactions, maybe I’ll have even had a date! • Faiza Siddiqui: my sex life after injury • Disability and TV: is it time for our close up?If you have a disability and are looking to date, I’ll share what worked for me so you can copy it. The most direct way to get some results fast seems to be online dating so I’m going to hit that shit like a bullet train. Signed up on Plenty Of Fish (pof.com) because it’s free and has the largest user base. Written myself a profile and added a picture, just a mugshot, not the chair! Dating or in a relationship and want to tell your story?
Over the next few weeks you’ll be able to read all sorts about my misadventures. Every few weeks, maybe more often, you’re going to get an exciting update on my progress so you can get a behind the scenes look at what it’s like to date with a disability… Listen, the honest reason I’m still single is because I’ve put no effort into finding someone. INSIDER TIP: If you’re worried about your competition, check out their profiles, most of the guys I looked at are nothing special, total douchebags or worse. • The Undateables: what’s it doing for disabled people?
They’re like giant muscles of steel, only smaller and dotted with cute freckles.
Well, this was a first, so feeling a bit bold, I asked him to guest-post from the male perspective on a question that has nagged me since my days in high school when I’d look at other girls and how the guys easily flocked to them.
The question: Why are guys so reluctant to date – at the very least, approach – a woman with a disability? We have the same wants, passions, desires and (gasp! I’ve seen the stares from guys — and I’m not talking about seductive stares either, here.
His response: “Men are lazy.” I thought his honesty was refreshing (heck, sexy even) at first. Why are men still looking at women with disabilities like we are weak creatures, confined to our beds all day, helpless and dependent on others for every little need, unable to work? Women with disabilities are everywhere, and everywhere you want to be, so you just might as well stop even trying to outrun us. The look makes me feel like I’m some sort of freak of nature.