First, you have to get over your own insecurities about image and ability.
If you have a disability, dating is really, really hard!
Women are afraid men will kill them.” Add a disability into the mix, and we get something like this: “Disabled people are afraid able-bodied people will not accept them.
Able-bodied people are afraid they will break the disabled person even more.” While it is generally true that women get more attention on dating sites than men, that doesn’t always mean it’s positive attention from safe, potential partners.
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However, it seemed like the men were sincere, and I did not have to worry about them not being attracted to me because of my wheelchair.I still use it today to try to find my prince charming!Honestly, there are a lot of weirdos, guys that just want sex, and men I simply would never date.I was curious if the same applied to disabled women.Do they get as much attention as their able-bodied counterparts?To get some answers, I set up an experiment where I created accounts on three of the most popular free dating websites: Here’s one message thread from my POF profile: On Ok Cupid where no photos of my wheelchair were included, I got a decent number of men messaging me.I carried on with normal filtering and was asked many times on dates, but when I told them I used a wheelchair, things got interesting.Cisgender heterosexual men and women tend to see things from a very different angle.As writer Margaret Atwood once said, “Men are afraid women will laugh at them.In not-so-distant history, teens would get excited about going to the mall and adults about heading to the bar to pick up a date.But now, no matter your age or where you are in the world, you can literally meet someone with the click of a finger through online dating.