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There have been times in my life when I was afraid no one would ever want to date a person in my situation.It’s a constant push and pull between trusting my instincts and being unsure of what’s to come.Much of it comes from ignorance, while others want to try and demonstrate how cool they are with my disability, so they feel the need to call it out.People largely have good intentions, but just don’t know what to do. These lines have been tried on me over a hundred times over the last few years, and they have literally worked once.The relationship was fairly new, and it was clear he wasn’t used to the strange looks.
To me, it shouldn’t have an impact on my level of attractiveness, but the guys I came into contact with usually had something offensive to say in response.
It’s totally understandable to be surprised, but it’s better to proceed with respect or explain your thoughts.
Responding with a “gross” or “Shouldn’t you be trying to date someone else in a wheelchair? This one can be a bit tricky, as it normally comes from a place of genuine concern.
This particular guy had no qualms about the chair, dipping me and spinning me until we were both a little dizzy.
The same person also believed in completely ditching the chair whenever possible. No problem, throw the girl over your shoulder (although you should definitely ask first).
” Being stared at in public has become such a norm for me that I often don’t realize it’s happening, until it affects the person I’m with.