It’s 10.55pm and I’m sat at my computer, tabbing between Facebook and Gmail while I try to decide if this is a good idea or not. Instead, I’m doing this because somebody needs to tell the truth about what it’s like to date with a disability.Somebody needs to ‘lift the veil’ on how being disabled affects dating, whether it makes it more difficult, but also see how to overcome those difficulties.
When it was a beta site in 1995, and I was 22, I met someone on I was this geek girl who liked to hang out in the computer lab and talk online because it was different and new. I had experienced some trauma and abuse in my past and that affected me sexually.
After a bit of friendly Twirting (flirting via Twitter, the equivalent of computer footsie), he said he thought I was pretty funny too and even admitted to being a bit intimidated when I told him how strong my physical disability, Freeman-Sheldon Syndrome, had made my arms.
You’d be amazed how strong my arms could get just from using a walker for 20 years.
Through the plus-size group, I started exploring things like kink.
I tried to include my husband sometimes but he was uncomfortable.
That was until I published a post called 10 reasons why Dating a Disabled Girl is the best thing you’ll Ever do. Fancy Gadgets My house is equipped with Gadgets to help me round the house, be it a through floor lift a personal washing toilet, massive wet room or a bed that sits you up, loving me could feel futuristic Determined I have dealt with massive amounts of crap in my life, whether it be .