Dating girl in wheelchair
Anyways, her friend told me that this girl really likes me and wants to date and see how things work out.. and I was wondering how she kept herself so slim... well its like steroids in the results[/QUOTE] I dont believe in giving special treatment to handicaps..
I guess it would be a little awkward if we hook up and am a little concerned.. a few minutes later though she just stood up, must of just been using it as a seat or something! I would help them if they ask for it, just like any other person...
She has a C6 spinal cord injury from a diving accident when she was 14 years old. She's been the SCI Life columnist for New Mobility magaz...
The average person gets a little confused when they find themselves attracted to someone in a wheelchair.
The most realistic answer to these questions is that even if the hottest girl at the party were the girl in the wheel chair, you would check out the second-hottest girl. But people have walked on fire to get a girl (or guy) they were attracted to.
The online dating scene is hard no matter what traits you're bringing to the table, but a young paraplegic woman is opening up about how taking on Tinder in a wheelchair has it's own set of problems — including men who would disappear as soon as they found out she couldn't walk.Some of you may reply "yes," because it is in line with your ideology, because it would be politically incorrect to say "no," or because you are happily married, and there is no conceivable chance (in your mind) that you will ever date again. If you were single and went to a party that was "happening," and you spotted an attractive girl in a wheelchair (or guy in a wheelchair), would you consider chatting her up?Or would the very thought of hitting on her make you feel embarrassed, not least if you were in the presence of your friends?It can be an uncomfortable subject (though, really, why should it be? The results, actually, turned out to be more revealing than ever, and even raised more questions, at least for me, than they answered. In the end, what might seem like a little question to some people is a pretty big one for me.One friend suggested that the disabled woman wouldn’t be comfortable in her physique and that this would negatively affect physical relations. They’ve been a part of my life — and part of me — for 27 years, so I’m going to talk about them. Getting to know me is also getting to know and be comfortable with my disability.