Dating disabled people uk
Penny Pepper, author of Desires, an erotica anthology about disabled people, sex and relationships, says: “Disabled people are fed an idea of being inferior, especially by modern media, which values and reinforces artificially created ideas of physical perfection.
But this also pushes the ‘able-bods’ to feel inferior with less-than-perfect eye candy on their arms!
Don’t be too ‘medical’ or dramatic, but at the same time, don’t be vague – it may seem evasive and could let their imagination run wild.
For myself, I’d say that I have a visibly curved spine, and that it makes me short (5’2″).
So don’t define yourself by your disability; it’s only one part of you.
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