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While there are apparently hundreds of registered users on these websites, none of the individuals who spoke to The Daily Beast said they would use them.“If you’re in a chair, that’s great.
If you’re not in a chair and you can reach the top shelf in my apartment, that’s even better,” says Woodward.“I think dating sites for people with disabilities is a terrible idea,” says Carlson, in the same vein.
If you don’t have a disability, you’re unlikely to know they exist.
But if you do have a disability, try sifting through the literally hundreds of messages you receive from people who aren’t interested in making a good first impression.
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“I feel like, as a person with a disability, I get a lot more of the weirdoes or the people who feel entitled to ask questions before they know my name.”There’s a special type of troll on dating sites.Tiffiny Carlson calls this “dropping the D-bomb.” Carlson, a writer who uses a wheelchair due to spinal cord injury, has been online dating since 1998.“I always disclose my disability right away in my profile and photos,” she says via email.Wheelchair users may only post photos that show their bodies from the waist up, or people with visual impairments may not mention their guide dogs and white canes in bios.
Only when they schedule an in-person date with someone do they mention their disability.
And for those ’80s kids who long for the days of “business in the front, party in the back,” Mullet exists.