Salty Tips for Dating Someone with a Disability
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What if you see a hot person with a disability out and about or on one of your dating apps and you want to ask them out? Because there is not a lot of visibility or information about people with disabilities, able-bodied people often don’t know what to do or how to act around us.

I am here to help! I am a queer sex educator who is also disabled, I have cerebral palsy which for me means I use a wheelchair and I am non-verbal so I communicate by spelling out what I want to say on a letter board. Needless to say, I have had a lot of experience dating in a able-bodied world.

So here are some tips for asking out that disabled cutie in your life and navigating dating and sex!

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