Disabled The first thing you should know about me is that I'm totally blind and I also wear two hearing aids, but it has never stopped me from living a life If you can look past my disability and see the person that would be great Music is important to me, I play the drums and have for a long time, I ... I'm can’t walk or control my body but I can control my head.
Disabled Going to concerts (I average about 40 a year) Communication honesty Outgoing Personality Someone who does not mind showing affection. Maybe meet up, go out for a few drinks then see what happens from ...
So here I am trying something out new, just basically looking to meet a nice genuine fun loving female.
Disabled Hi everyone, I've been on other dating sites over the years and got sick of seeing the same faces over and over again. I live very close to Windsor which is a lovely area.
In this week's installment of Love, Actually, our series exploring the reality of women's sex lives, we hear from Robin, 43, a single woman who's a sex educator and disability advocate, about how her sex and dating life changed after becoming disabled. I wasn't looking for a serious relationship; I was just looking to talk to guys.
When it was a beta site in 1995, and I was 22, I met someone on I was this geek girl who liked to hang out in the computer lab and talk online because it was different and new. I had experienced some trauma and abuse in my past and that affected me sexually.
But right away I knew I was in love and wanted to be with him. Plus, I was almost 300 pounds at that time, and I bought into a lot of what society tells you when you're a person of color and you're big.
I learned about a group for plus-size women and their admirers.
I started going to their events, but not with my husband.
When I married him, I was so young—24—that I didn't have a sense of who I was sexually.