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Originally posted by xeroxed88
There's a guy I saw in one of the pubs I like to visit who was pretty badly disabled. He seemed to be attracting women left and right with his humour. He even had me in stitches laughing... I obviously wasn't attracted to him though, just to clear that up.
Not being a women myself, I would think that in their eye's, seeing a guy who obviously has difficulties with things, yet is able to laugh and joke is a huge plus, I think, and is probably a very attractive trait to have.
On a similar topic, there's a guy I know who, to be polite, isn't exactly the slimmest or best-looking of people but yet he can "pull" some really beautiful women. I have no idea how he does it but it's great to see people who are so far up their arse's look at him and think, "WTF?!". He's like my "pulling" guru!
Originally posted by namehere
Well i'm not sure anyone knows this, being as i'm a unassuming quiet poster, if you will, but i have late stage duchenne muscular dystrophy: ie, cant breathe on my own, walk, eat by mouth, lift or move my limbs, etc.
anyways to be honest it makes me a bit self-conscious about myself and i lose confidence when thinking about my dependence, becoming a burden and not being able to satisfy a woman, etc. so i'm wondering how women feel about being with a severely disabled guy so i might understand what to focus on to attract a woman.