“They make assumptions that I can’t have sex or I’m not capable of being in a relationship,” she says.
“That because I have a physical disability, I don’t have full mental capacity. These experiences mean that Renke can easily relate to new statistics showing that half of the British public has never started a conversation with someone disabled.
The question here is directed at non-wheelchair users (which include myself).
Some of you may reply "yes," because it is in line with your ideology, because it would be politically incorrect to say "no," or because you are happily married, and there is no conceivable chance (in your mind) that you will ever date again. If you were single and went to a party that was "happening," and you spotted an attractive girl in a wheelchair (or guy in a wheelchair), would you consider chatting her up?
Shut up and Drive I live in the Midlands, we have a toll road that many moan about paying for.. Come Fly With Me Get treated like a VIP at airports…
The Wheelchair has and always will be a magnet for weirdos, I will head this upto any suitors right now.
It was a lighthearted piece, and I thought that like all the others it would never be read. A few days later, it had gone mental RTs via Twitter, countless shares Facebook and it was even discussed by Men in my local. I thought I’d give you eligible men 49 reasons why dating me is just amazing.. discrimination or just personal frustration I have always been massively determined,and apparently Men like a Woman who knows her own mind?