when i was 13,
my best friends brother was in a wheel chair,
i fully crushed on him,
he had an amazing personality and was adorable...
needless to say, it was weird, because i dont like boys,
a few years back b4 i really knew for sure that im a lesbian my sisters best friend was in a wheelchair and she was my first real crush on a girl. i had thought they were pretty and what not b4 but never had a real crush. i was always too shy to say anything to her but i wish i would have.
so yes i would.
(BTW i really wanted to say needless to say but jmy did so i couldnt)
To be honest, I don't really know. Even if I did like the guy, it'd complicate a lot of things, we won't be able to do a lot of things together - and there's inevitably going to be some sort of 'power imbalance' in the relationship. It's sad, but I'm guessing that's probably the reality of it.
not a politically correct thing...i just would. wait...can this person feel his/her ding dong/vage? i mean can they feel? get it up? what!? hat would make some difference....but in any case i still would...especially coz of them are like waaaaaaay hoT!
The problem here is that it is the inverse of how relationship decisions are made.
You could say there's this hot guy, works out at the gym all the time, amazing body, and you meet them and they're dumber than hair, so you're not interested.
But to put all of the wheelchair, cerebral palsy stuff first, it's sort of the flip side, where you're putting the conditions and such before you meet the person. It's all about spin, so I think this one needs work.
"Sell your cleverness and buy bewilderment." - Rumi
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