They simply want to know how exactly you’re “broken” and whether or not you can still have sex.This relentless disability trolling on dating websites can have a truly toxic effect.
Woodward chronicles these reactions on her blog “Step Funny Right Now.”For people like Woodward who look different than the norm, these kinds of awkward first-liners are a fact of life.
A day running errands in public can involve multiple strangers asking invasive questions about her body and her abilities.
Online dating gives us vetting opportunities for potential suitors, and not everyone may be interested in dating someone with a disability.
To eliminate these mixed matches, be honest about your disability in your profile.
If you don’t have a disability, you’re unlikely to know they exist.