Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. And I'm not proud of that fact; I'm not that way, but my dad, my grandma, e.t..c are from the old school if you know what I mean...........
There is so much to learn and love Just my two cents, Bana-dito Once i met this girl while on spring break in Daytona.
It just wouldn't leave room for more right now even if I was willing.
I do wish more people would open their hearts and minds to those people with disabilities.
In most cases, nothing is lost from the relationship, nothing is comprimised and in most cases the person is as independent, if not more, than a person without disabilities.
If it were only a physical handicap like a 3rd nipple, 6th toe or missing appendage it shouldn't matter.
Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc. What about amputation as a result from cancer like for woman having her breasts amputated or a man having his penis amputated? And yes, I think I would have liked to have dated her and gotten to know her better.... But I know some of my family would probably whisper behind my back about her if I were dating her... My dad's side of the family - my hispanic/Catholic side - are, for the most part, very good, nice people... Alot of them just happen to be some of the most prejudiced and judgmental of people that I have ever met!Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing... LOL....I'm sure that if I dated a girl who was missing an arm, or a girl who happened to be African American or Asian or somebody "different than us" so to speak, it would cause ripples among them.... I remember in one of my junior college classes there was this girl who had half of her arm amputated for whatever reason(I believe it was from the elbow down). I turned down a guy because he was missing HALF of one of his fingers. Everyone deserves love, I just can't give my love to everyone. I have never really thought about this type of a scenario, but it's a very good, thought-provoking question.....But I would date a girl like that with no problem....! People that suffer disabilities generally have bigger hearts to love and give.I think many that are in relationships with people with handicaps know, understabd and value that part the most.