Would you date a guy who was blind and had cerebral palsy and fatigue?

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Just curious what people think of dating disabled people specifically blind people with cerebral palsy aswell?
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Just curious what people think of dating disabled people specifically blind people with cerebral palsy aswell?
As a person with a disability, I'd give it a go, as long as they'd be willing to give me a go!
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Depends on the actual person, but why is that question so specific?
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Um....not really.
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(Original post by 0ptics)
Depends on the actual person, but why is that question so specific?
Just curious as there’s a lot of talk about this issue
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Being realistic, I think most people would not be willing to date that person. Still, exceptions always exist, and unlikely things do happen sometimes.
Why?
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(Original post by summerbirdreads)
Um....not really.
Why not?
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Why?
Because many people don't want to make their life more complicated and to have to care for someone
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Why not?
Personal preferences and deal-breakers?
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Many years ago I had a girlfriend with cerebral palsy.

Edit: She wasn't blind and didn't have fatigue.
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(Original post by summerbirdreads)
Personal preferences and deal-breakers?
What dealbreakers?
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What dealbreakers?
Jeez.. do you want me to spell that out for you?
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Because many people don't want to make their life more complicated and to have to care for someone
So disabled people should just not live a normal life or be in care homes?
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Jeez.. do you want me to spell that out for you?
Ok, ok I understand now
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Even if the person had a good personality?
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So disabled people should just not live a normal life or be in care homes?
where did I say that?
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Unless I somehow fall in love at first sight nope
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where did I say that?
You didn’t but would you discard dating disabled even with a good personality
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You didn’t but would you discard dating disabled even with a good personality
Depends on the individual and the circumstances
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Just curious as there’s a lot of talk about this issue
Fair enough. I’ll admit that I was sugarcoating a bit when I said it depends on the person. I’ll probably not date them as I have my own problems to tackle and adding another priority to the list can get overwhelming for me.
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