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My experience has been that for many people who have disabilities, finding out about devs is cool and exciting at first.
What a great thing, you might think, that someone will actually want my body as it is instead of just putting up with it.
Fetishizing someone’s physical characterics means you often don’t see the person as a whole and perhaps unable to form a real bond.
This applies to other types of fetishism (ethnicity, hair color, butt etc..) Many women have body insecurities which mostly derives from the unrealistic body images that the media feeds us everyday.
We have 1000's of members who have always been looking to date someone just like you!I’ve always said that anything you can imagine that does not defy the laws of physics, somewhere, somehow it’s happening. As crazy as it may sound, I’m still undecided on how I feel about those who identify as Transabled. There are two communities you get acquainted to as an amputee (or generally as a disabled person); Transabled & Devotees An abled body person with a “desire or the need to identify as disabled by transforming their body to obtain a physical impairment,” These people have the strong urge to become deaf, blind, paraplegic, amputees etc- They are generally classified into two groups, those who use adaptive devices to be viewed as disabled whether in private or public and others who go to the extreme by rendering themselves blind, paralyzed and even cutting off their limbs.Frankly, I’ve done both disclosing and not disclosing right off the bat and believe me whatever you do you will meet a jerk.(No one is immune to that)- be aware that disclosing your disability in your profile might be a way to attract devotees but I’d say the chances of one landing on your dating profile are slim.