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She is independent and mobile, but would prefer to meet a man who could roll alongside her. “I think they were a little bit scared because they didn’t know how to treat me,” she said. allows relationships to form without the burden of the big reveal hovering overhead. The site was created by Ricky Durham, whose late brother suffered from Crohn’s disease — a condition that came with literal baggage. The anonymity of the Internet allows people to be forthcoming and honest about what they are truly looking for in a companion.
Nevius has dated several perfectly nice able-bodied men, but none seemed willing to start a serious relationship. V.,” he said, “so it gets that barrier out of the way.” Another site, Prescription4Love, has communities dedicated to sexually transmitted diseases and physical disabilities, but also to other diseases that don’t conjure images of romance and intimacy, like diabetes and Parkinson’s. “But when do you tell a girl that you have a colostomy bag? “Sexuality, travel, mobility, pain: Everything takes on a different dimension,” said Merryl Kaplan, who is in charge of member services for Dating 4 Disabled.
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There’s no good time.” Awkward issues that come with an illness can be discussed frankly and openly in an online space in which everyone is dealing with something out of the ordinary.
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On the homepage there's a tag-cloud where the different disabilities of the members are shown.
The bigger the word is, the more members with that condition.