International dating disability

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Whatever your disability dating isn't something you should be missing out on!

With thousands of disabled singles from accross the UK, there is someone here for you! Everyone who becomes a part of the Enable Dating community shares something in common, be it deafness, learning difficulties, multiple sclorosis or any other such disability or health condition.

Here's a look at some of our latest members: Our members are different to the average person looking for love. Whatever their disability happens to be, they are all unique. Having a disability doesn’t make you 'different' here - it is your unique personality that does that.

Specialising in matchmaking for disabled people allows us to move beyond the disability, the conversation doesn't have to start with explaining what condition you have.

All features are free, no hidden charges, no credit card required.However, PWDs may have an advantage and feel more comfortable when using sites targeted directly to them.These include Whispers4u and Dating 4 Disabled, which address people with physical and mobility-related disabilities; Disabled Passions and Prescription4Love, which include daters with a variety of physical and mental health conditions; No Longer Lonely, for adults with mental illness; and POZ Personals, for daters who are HIV positive. “No one without a disability will ever find me attractive.” FALSE PWDs need to be careful about internalized stigma.To start, we introduced six common statements of potential online daters with disabilities (PWDs). Census, most people (65%) in this age group without disabilities also are never married.What do you think; are these statements true or false? “Everyone my age is married but me.” FALSE In fact, between ages 18 and 34, the percent of PWDs who have never married is 74%. If we consider all adults ages 18 and older, 41% of PWDs are married as are 52% of adults without disabilities (Schur, Kruse, & Blanck, 2013). “Online dating is only for losers.” FALSE Surely not, in that according to the Pew Internet (2016), 27% of American adults ages 18 to 24 have used online dating, 15% of Americans overall. For example, the share of 55- to 64-year-olds who use online dating doubled from 6% in 2013 to 12% in 2015. “There’s no website for people like me.” FALSE Of course, there is no reason why a PWD cannot use a dating app or online dating site like OKCupid, Tinder, Bumble, and e Harmony.

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