People with disabilities dating site
That’s when he saw a detail that stopped him in his tracks: Marietta was in a wheelchair.
Her legs were small compared to the rest of her body. “I was used to suddenly becoming invisible to someone I was interested in.
Established in 2002, Whispers4u connects disabled people from all around the world, with users in countries such as the UK, the USA, Canada, Australia and many European countries.
The site also reports on many of the success stories of its users, with pages dedicated to couples who have found love and even got married after initially meeting on the website.
“A thousand things went through my mind,” he recalls.The site uses a safe email system, which means you can get in contact with other users without revealing your personal details, while there are also chat features and video messaging if you decide to take things a step further.There’s also a 24/7 help feature built into the website and a blocking system if anyone proves troublesome.Although it can seem daunting to launch yourself into a large dating community, it means the odds are on your side as there are so many users checking the site every day. • Disability, sex and relationships: condoms • This Valentine’s Day let’s kiss awkward goodbye • Wedding in a wheelchair Get in touch by messaging us on Facebook, tweeting us @DHorizons, emailing us at [email protected] leaving your comments below.Whether you choose to disclose your disability in your profile, or wait until you form a connection with someone, you won’t know unless you try – nothing ventured nothing gained.