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In addition, according to the author many people with disabilities are suspicious when someone does give them a genuine compliment due to the frequency of receiving patronizing or inspiration-porn-inspired compliments.
Morrison-Gurza concludes his piece with an insight for both people with disabilities interested in dating, as well as for their potential partners.
Drawing on his own experiences, as well as discussions with peers with disabilities in the LGBTQ community, Morrison-Gurza has identified three common concerns felt by people with disabilities in regards to dating: body image, help/personal care, and ‘boyfriends’.
Morrison-Gurza argues that the issue of body image is amplified for people with disabilities because they often cannot work out as much or in the same way as the majority of their prospective partners.
And with every day, more knowledge is shared, more awareness is raised, and it gets a little bit easier.
Uploading photos to online dating websites causes everybody some level of anxiety, but what if—rather than worrying about how your hair looks in that picture—you worried about how your residual limb looks?