I use one site and in my first day, got over 200 messages. I have no interest in 90% of the men who message, but it isn't because of some inflated self-worth.
The two basics for me are that they be intelligent and reasonably attractive.
I don't want a model or an actor wannabe - it's usually a turn off if they're too into their appearance - but someone who just plays sports, isn't overweight, and also has ambitions with education etc.
I hold up those standards because I have a masters degree and keep fit.
Most people without disabilities find dating challenging at the best of times. As you prepare for a date, a plethora of questions may be running through your head.
Do you think your clothes make you look too fat, or maybe they’re too bland? For most daters, the thoughts going through people’s heads are going to set them up for failure on a date for people who don’t have mobility or sense disabilities. Most online dating forms don’t include any fields for mentioning that you’re disabled.
People with disabilities still work, do sports, travel, and raise families.I don’t drink, so I don’t hang out in bars or any other the other places you might typically find other single folks. Furthermore, many of them browse anonymously so they don’t even appear in the visitor lists of the men they check it.