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Moving away from amputation would I date someone paralyzed and confined to a wheel chair as someone else also mentioned here? there's this guy that i know, we mett a few times, and i know he's very fond of me, I'd date him in a heart beat if i could. having his leg amputaed at the knee didn't bother me, he loved to joke around about it all the time. I saw the people in the back booth move away from his hand and the people sitting accross from them stare and talk about it. If my man lost any and/or all of his limbs I would love him just the same.Yes as long as she was able to still enjoy a healthy sexual relationship and was able to be satisfied sexually. Sounds strange I know, but if my lover doesn't climax it takes from my own sexual satisfaction and I feel somewhat selfish. Aside from his amazing humour, his accent drove me nuts and his personality is the greatest. I dated a guy briefly in a wheelchair once, he was loaded from the car accident so he DROVE a sweet car and his condo was set up to accommodate his ailment!
Next thing i know im pulling on her stub, while hitting it doggie style. I would date somebody with a disability or amputation but sorry sex is important to me and I don,t think I could survive a relationship that didn,t include FULL sex I did date a young woman in high school who lost a leg from the knee down and eventually used a prosthetic leg. The leg was pinned under a munched dash board to long and didn't survive. We even wound up dating again for about 5 months until she went off to college.‘No offence, but this is probably your first date ever, right? Do you really think you’re doing your social service for the week by taking me out?Quit assuming I haven’t dated before just because I’m wearing a fake limb.2.Oh sure during a quicky or something I can see us both not getting to that point and I fine with that, but I like my lover to enjoy everything as much or more then I do as often as possible. Be well, John In my limited experiences, I've found this to be true. So I am glad it didn't work out.'Regardless of imperfections if he had no respect for you as a lady he shouldn,t expect a second date let alone a hotel. If i fell in love with him, i'd marry him on the spot! He couldn't walk but everything else seemed to work!
When I was 17, I dated a friend of my brother's that had lost the lower half of a leg in a lawn mower as a child. I think when we first notice a missing limb we stare out of curiosity but I find if you just ask rather than stare and s you,re more likely to get an expanation.
There is so much to learn and love Just my two cents, Bana-dito Once i met this girl while on spring break in Daytona.