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Dating is hard enough when both people don’t have any serious physical limitations.
It’s one thing when someone you already have strong feelings for becomes ill or experiences an unfortunate accident, but could you really find yourself initially attracted to someone in a wheelchair or an amputee?
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has strived to make sure that finding the right partner is easy, fast and done in the most respectful way.
Case in point: During my day job I work out of an office that shares a building with an organization that services the blind.
Imagine that with people awkwardly meandering down a hallway while you dodge white canes and people invading your personal space on the elevator.
I’m always torn between whether I should offer them help or whether they want to be left alone and not treated as if they have a disability.
It’s cheesy, but being intimate doesn’t always have to be about flipping into 10 different positions.
Depending on the severity of the injury, most people with some kind of impairment can feel some degree of pleasure.