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After some thought, though, some concerns might arise. Based on myself and many messages and conversations that I’ve had with other devs, I’m putting some common questions here. Most are afraid of being considered creepy and scary and so don’t want to identify themselves.Please ask your own questions in the comments or by email! As you might expect, they are people just like every one else. Remember that they deserve compassion and respect just as much as you do.
In therapy, she said she had no idea I was in a chair before we met—which is plausible, as it was a blind date—and she just felt lucky when I showed up in a chair and then didn’t know how to tell me. My fears were confirmed: she’s been posting these photos, without my consent, to “devotee” websites. ) And now, thanks to her, pictures of you are floating around fetish websites. It sounds like your girlfriend has many good qualities, GIMP, and it sounds like you two clicked. Maybe losing you will be the shock she needs to get help.It is likely that you will be doing the same type of educating that you would do with a non-dev date.The plus side is that you never have to wonder if the things that come up because of your disability will be a turn-off or ruin a date. Also, every disability is different and every individual person is different.Your soon-to-be-ex-girlfriend destroyed your sense of sexual safety and shat all over the trust that had been placed in her by her dream girl. If it is—if she went and got help of her own accord, not because she thought it would win you back (because that wasn’t on the table)—then bizarro DTMFA (“date the motherfucker again”) might be an option.
But you two should start seeing a counsellor together if you TTMFB, you should take things four times as slowly this time, and she should get a phone that doesn’t have a camera.
We imagine and fantasize about disabled lovers and partners, we read fiction books with disabled love interests, we read memoirs of people who have disabilities. You might think that fantasy would be the best because you could decide exactly what you want and what you don’t want, but my experience was (and many people who have written to me’s experience was) reality blows fantasy away. Having a particular disability is only one part of the overall attraction, but attractiveness is very hard to measure. If a girl really likes guys with dark hair, does she have sex with every dark-haired man on the planet? It’s just part of the overall picture that appeals to her.