....everyone has a right to love and be loved..to want to share their life with someone special....i can understand in this world, where people judge a book by it's cover!!!!
...the disabled may decide only disclose their disability to a person/or people, when they felt comfortable....i don't see this as deceit, as they have the right to be judge first and foremost as a person, and not by their disability......yes, before anyone asks....... Its no surprise that disabled people arent comfortable mentioning theirdisability openly around here going by a couple of posts on this thread.
Why dose someone with a disability have to join a disabled dating siteif there looking for friends or even something more god forbid like love?
It amazes me that were nearly in the year 2007 but some peoplesattitudes and opinions are still stuck in the 1950's..
VV It doesnt give you the right to find humor in someones personalcircumstances especialy on such a delicate subject such as this one.
I doubt you would like it so why try and be funny when your not...
They DONT need anyone's pity, I for one wouldn't dream of treating my friends differently, they are ALL the same.
I'm not registered disabled but like quite a few on here have a well dodgy back problem and which also stops me from working.Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing...I don't think I have ever seen any disabled peoples profiles on POF so why is this?It made me think when I watched the programme how people on here who are able bodied complain so much about finding a date.So yes it's hard for disabled people to date on sites like this as they get mostly ignored without anyone taking the time to talk and understanding them which i think is very sad and shallow.xxcazxx.of a stong statement saying "I hope my son don't face any of youthat think disabled people should be singled out"...do you come to thatconclusion?