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They might assume if they set me up with someone they know, that person might think they’re playing a mean trick.
To many that statement may sound exaggerated, but it could be based on some truth.
“I don’t think I can help you here, but I have some disability dating websites you can try,” she said. It’s not that I am opposed to them but all the ones I have tried are a) outdated, b) connect you with someone in the middle of another country, c) are filled with college students trying to complete an “interview of a disabled person” term paper or d) filled with people who have fantasies about making love to someone with artificial limbs.
In the nicest way possible, I made it clear to the woman that I wanted some real help in the dating game from a person, not a search engine.“Well I am not sure I can help you,” she said. Maybe she’s implying that she might be forced to set me up with dates with a few different women before I find the right one. Her rationale that there might not be enough clients interested in dating guys like me may be true.
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Nine times out of ten if a friend says they have someone I should meet, the person often has a disability.
I think they assume a disabled mate will be able to relate better to someone like me.
While I often have an easier time talking about same subjects with folks in my community, I also get great support from non-disabled allies.
It was by sheer chance that I ended up having a debate about dating and disability with this woman.
A friend had called my office complaining he had been rejected as a client by a new matchmaking service in town.