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.
You’d be amazed how strong my arms could get just from using a walker for 20 years.Then in 2004, I found out I had a very rare birth defect in my spinal cord and that it would need to be removed.The week before the surgery, I discovered that I was pregnant with my daughter.Age 33 From London, United Kingdom Online - Yesterday Woman Seeking Man (935 Kilometers Away) I'm bubbly, have a very dry sarcastic sense of humour.Love going out and being as social as possible but love taking at home as well watching a good movie or spending time with family.