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Would U Marry Or Date A Physically Challenged Person?

we hear the cliches LOVE IS ALL THAT MATTERS, ANYTHING 4 LOVE< and all that. But really would u date a blind, deaf, dumb or crippled person?

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I remember seeing a pregnant woman in wheelchair with atrophyied legs [due to polio?] and a little kid by her side. I kept wondering -

1. how exactly her hubby did the nasty with her - how on earth did he manage to keep her curved legs apart long enough to make her preggie?

2. how she managed for 9 months with big swollen tummy in that wheelchair - must have been hell for her - and still let hubby knock her up again

god is great sha!

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@poster

IF LOVE DEY . . .

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@hotfunmi, the world is not only about men.

From the derivation of various responses so those that are physically challenged would have to marry/date their kind?

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hey hotfunmi, the key point here is physically challenged. That means either blind, crippled, deaf, mute, amputated and stuff like that. Being a slowpoke has nothing to do with this, that's mentally challenged.

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Uh, excuse me:

Where did that come from?

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@topic,as long as the disabled person is not a liabilty,yes i can.

as long as hes able to make a living for himself,does not wallow in self pity,is intelligent and loves me too,why not?.

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Marry a slowpoke? Are most men not retards?

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@uspry1:

Thank you!  I appreciate the clarification.

Let me suggest something.  Let's define "physically challenged."  And, let's be very specific, here.

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Is it not so that we are all, in some way or another, somehow otherly abled?

@morenike09:

What is "PCP?"

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am sorry no, am not going to be nice abt my reply. . . the thing is i dnt have patience and i am sometimes hot tempered, so dating or even marrying a PCP is out of the question.

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what about if the person has bowleg?

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what if it is bowleg?

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honestly no. I like to be on the move, i dont think i have the patience for that.

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Its really really hard o.

But seeing the way that i act around someone that i really like, i never say never.

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Why not as far as i found love in her and remember sometimes there is ability in disability

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Yes i would date or marry a physically challenged person perferrable deaf, possible wheelchair person and crippled. One time, I experienced volunteering to interpret in sign language with a blind-deaf man at our deaf organization meeting.

Because his certified interpreter for the blind NO SHOW UP. So we, 3 out of total 12 deaf members has agreed to take turn volunteering interpreting every 30 minutes in 2 hours meeting. I was one of them because I never have experience with blind-deaf person before. He was the first person I meet for the first time. I want to try for myself. Actually I have seen lot of blind-deaf students at my deaf school residential to visit shortly many times, but blind-deaf student made decision to prefer other deaf school with multi-disability instead of fully deaf school only that does not have blind-friendly equipped for blind-deaf students.

Wow!, after finished 30-minutes interpreting, my both arms and shoulder were tired and sore quickly. Because this blind-deaf man pushed his both hands on my hands heavily relying on understanding my interpreting. Feel like 25 pounds dumbell sit on my both hands heavy i had to lift my arms/shoulder up higher while signing to interpret. Now I get the idea to feel like if he is my boyfriend to rely on assistance---that is too much!!!

This blind-deaf man is very independent bachelor to have his own apartment and job himself, but still don't have real girlfriend for all his life. No one wants him! He has no complain at all---trust with the Lord, that is what he said.

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Look at the bible on scripture verse at below: Leviticus Chapter 19 verse 14 (English Contemporary version)

I am the LORD your God, and I command you not to make fun of the deaf or to cause a blind person to stumble.

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Why not? Even an able-bodied person can get disabled at anytime in life, poo happens u kno? 2-legged people have accidents and are crippled, if it were your man/husband, would you leave him on that account? Those are things we have to deal with in life. Its' not all rosy rossy.

Anyways, i have afriend with just one eye and i wouldn't mind dating him if i have to.We''ve been good friends.

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Walahi, I dont know. I would'nt say yes or no. All I can say is that I dont pray that such will be my portion.

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Am not exactly a cliche person hence my love get goggles.

Just so long as we get along

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Yes. I have a disability myself.

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I just found this. I'm surprised it hasn't been deluged with replies.

Certainly, I, myself, would do so (and have done so).

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