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    I have always wondered this but do girls see mental health issues as a turn off. I mean from personal experience people have looked down on me as i feel a second class citizen.
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    I think it depends; some do and some don't. I personally don't see anything wrong with it. As long as the guy is honest and has other characteristics I look for, it doesn't make too much of a difference to me whether he has mental health issues or not. I think it's wrong for you to feel looked down on, purely because of it too.

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    No condition, mental or physical isn't a turn on but for the right person, it shouldn't be a turn off either. There's still a lot ignorance surrounding mental illnesses and I think that turns a lot of people off as they have misconceptions about those with mental health conditions such as we are always violent, we can't be loving, we can't be trusted etc which for the vast majority of people with a mental health problem is greatly untrue.

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