Ableism and Dating as an Amputee

Dating as an Amputee is a relatively new term for me, and represents the hardest part of my journey so far. As weird as that may sound to a lot of people, that figuring out the dating aspect of things as being harder than the physical challenges of not having a leg, it quite literally has been the part that has eluded me thus far. I didn’t always consider it to be the hardest, or most elusive however the longer the lack of progress continues, the more difficult it seems to be able to get out of this rut.

So how does Ableism affect me while figuring out the dating scene as an Amputee? As an advocate for amputees, and inclusion in society the one thing I have consistently done is never cover over my prosthetic leg. I always have a pant leg up, or wear pants that expose everything. I know that I am inviting stares – mostly from adults, and questions – mostly from children, but the reason behind doing that is to try to normalize having a prosthetic leg. I know it can only impact so many people, however breaking down barriers is very important if there is any hope of addressing ableism. So having my prosthesis exposed like that directly affects my interactions while meeting new people. So as far as dating goes, anyone that I meet is well aware instantly about my physical situation it either is something that is eliminated as an issue or is a focal point.

With out getting inside my head and going over all the various scenarios that I have created – I can’t help but think how different my interactions would be if my prosthesis were always covered by a pant leg. Sure at the moment I use crutches to walk but that can be something as simple as a sprained ankle, and wouldn’t necessarily deter someone from interacting with me. Walking with crutches unfortunately still invites questions, but because of the severity of why I use them, I am still dealing with a certain amount of shock when I answer, and ultimately leads to the same result – which is the other person having to decide if they are interested in a person with 1 leg. However there will be a point that I no longer require aides to walk, and I will have the choice of weather to expose my prosthesis or have it covered. The part I will have to figure out when I get there, is not just showing the person, but explaining why I didn’t reveal it sooner. I am not sure how to handle that, or again, if I am over thinking the situations and should just go with the flow. The problem I am having with just doing what I feel comfortable doing, and going with the flow, is that it has led me to the position that I am in now where I am questioning everything that I am doing.

What about people I already know, who have already accepted me as I am. My friends, associates, people who have read my story, seen me on TV or heard me on the radio. These are all people who have a bit of a better idea of who I am, and why I present myself the way I do. Ideally for me, the idea of dating someone I already know is significantly better than finding a new person. Its not that I wouldn’t trust meeting someone new, but the comfort level would take time to develop. The idea of exposing my residual limb in an intimate setting causes a bit of anxiety. I have a lot of questions – and so the person who I do eventually meet has got to be someone I am comfortable enough to talk about everything first. Do I wear my prosthetic or not? Is it a safety thing having a metal leg there? If I take my leg off, I always have to make sure I have a stump sock. There are components to the whole process that I have to experiment with in order to be comfortable with – and until that happens, I am always going to wonder how to go about it all. I think that because of this anxiety, not only is it affecting Who I talk to, but my confidence in talking to anyone has been affected. Socially I have lost my ability to interact with people outside of talking about my physical state which then limits all my conversations. So ideally already being comfortable with someone would make the process more comfortable.

While I definitely have to take responsibility for my situation, ableism directly impacts dating as an amputee. Most people will be polite and not reveal their inner thoughts, which is appreciated. I know that thoughts include “thats just weird” or “I don’t think I could get past that” regardless of who I am as a person. It doesn’t matter anything that I have done, overcame or continue to excel at. It doesn’t matter how positive I am, how much I “own it” or how I don’t limit my activities. Time and time again, I will be passed up on for someone who has a less apparent disability, because lets be totally honest here – as we get older and are more aware as a society, disabilities are more common than not. Someone suffering from mental illness like depression, chronic anxiety, bi-polar or other conditions that can affect someone’s ability to be social is more likely to be accepted by someone than a person with a prosthetic leg or who is in a wheelchair. To me that seems ridiculous, the person in a wheelchair probably is more positive about life in general, they are most likely more humble, polite, respectful and accepting. While there may be adjustments as far as the physical nature of the relationship, the intellectual side, emotional side and even creativeness within a relationship would be enhanced. Its not a challenge to figure out how to do things, its an opportunity to learn new things – to not be stuck in the same monotonous day to day activities that a majority of people are willing to accept.

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Limb Loss and Dating: Looking For Love as an Amputee

Finding love in this day in age can be a challenge, to say the least. So many people looking, so few truly special matches.

We live in a world of convenience and nearly everything we do in this digital age is done from our cell phones.

How does that convenience translate to dating after losing limbs?

Limb Loss and Dating: Looking For Love as an Amputee

Double amputee who is looking for love is inundated with dating offers thanks to her brutally honest Tinder account

Mandy Horvath, from Colorado in the US, is using her dark sense of humour to poke fun at her disability in a bid to find love

A DOUBLE amputee who lost both her legs in a train accident is being inundated with dating offers after setting up a Tinder account with a bio that pokes fun at her disability.

Mandy Horvath joined the dating app two months ago after hopelessly searching for her perfect match.

The 24-year-old from Colorado in the US, was fed up of not being able to find love so decided to showcase her dark sense of humour.

Referring to herself as a „stand-up comedian“, and stating that she’ll „never run away“ when things get tough, Mandy has bagged herself dozens of dates.

But despite not yet meeting the man of her dreams, Mandy feels she’s one step closer thanks to the dating phone app.

Mandy explained: „Since my accident happened, humour has been the driving force and it has made my recovery a lot easier.

„My sense of humour in my Tinder bio is so funny, the jokes people send back have me in fits of laughter.

„People tend to love how open I am and it’s definitely helped secure a few dates.

„I was hit by a passing train in 2014 after a night out with friends and lost both my legs above the knee.

„It was so traumatic losing my legs but I’ve coped by joking about being legless every day, so it was only right to do so on my dating profile to connect with people in my own way.“

After watching an inspirational YouTube video about dating as a disabled woman, Mandy decided to set up her Tinder profile.

Despite spending years after her accident avoiding dating due to being too nervous and self-conscious, Mandy’s confidence has grown since setting up her profile.

Mandy added: „When I tried to date after I lost my legs I would always get guys asking me, ‚How does sex work for you‘, and it completely put me off dating.

„I was completely alienated from any sort of romantic opportunity due to my own lack of insight.

„But now that I’ve broken the ice and sexualised my disability with my humour, I am acknowledged as an individual rather than someone bound to a wheelchair.

„The reactions I get to my profile are hilarious, supportive and kind.

„Generally people respond in shock and awe, as well as humour and interest in how I was hit by a train.

„My favourite part of my profile is my title of ’stand up comedian‘ – even though most people genuinely ask me where they can come and see me perform and don’t realise it’s a joke.“

However, despite using the app over the past two months, Mandy is yet to find love.

She said: „I have dated guys from Tinder before, but it has never blossomed into anything romantic as of yet.

„The people that I’ve met have been great, and I’ve made a lot of new friends who I keep in contact with also.

„But thanks to my sense of humour on the subject, and some of the lovely comments I have received, I haven’t lost all faith yet!“

Previously we revealed how half of singletons in the UK have NEVER asked someone on a date face-to-face.

We also told you how scientists say that Tinder is bringing back our „primal mating instincts“.

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27 Years Young Gay Actor Chris Colfer Dating An Actor; Was Previously Dating Her Glee Co-Star

Chris Colfer displayed decent courage coming out openly as a gay to the world. The fans of this good-looking young actor are often intrigued by his dating rumors and affairs which are usually the topic of discussion.

Even in today’s day and age, being openly gay to the world takes a certain amount of courage. Chris Colfer definitely displays this in abundance as he felt no hesitation coming out about his sexual orientation. The fans of this good-looking young actor are often intrigued by his dating rumors and affairs which are usually the topic of discussion.

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Woman’s Tinder profile goes viral after a man’s awkward question about her appearance

A woman’s Tinder profilemessage on the app about her appearance. 

A video shared on TikTok by use or Emily, who is a student at Birmingham City University, shows a message she received from a man who asked her if she was an amputee because he could only see one of her arms.

The man’s opening line on the dating app was „This may sound weird but are you an amputee?“ Think that might have been his actual chat-up line, Emily responded with, „No, can’t wait for the next line.“

The man didn’t seem to catch on that he’d made a faux-pas and continued along the same line of questioning. He added I was asking as a genuine question. Look at ur photos and tell me you wouldn’t think the same. You only ever have 1 arm in them.“

The completely baffled 21-year-old just responded with „I’m howling.“ However, in a follow-up video, she did notice how the man might have made the mistake as all of her profile pictures on the app, feature her unintentionally hiding one side of her body so you could see why it would be misleading but did the man really need to ask?

Her video has since been viewed more than 700,000 time on TikTok and some have admitted that they can see why the man was easily confused. One person wrote „This is so funny, he was totally right“ while another wrote, „This is probably the funniest TikTok I’ve ever seen, omg. I’m literally crying.“

All is well that ends well then but will we ever find out if the man actually got a date or not…

Why do gay apps struggle to stop catfish?

Hornet will be the first of the major gay social networks to let people earn a badge of authenticity.

The aim is to give users more confidence that they are talking to a genuine person.

But rather than moderators checking ID, the app will use algorithms to decide who gets a badge.

So can machine learning solve the problems that persist on dating apps?

Anyone who has used a gay dating app will be familiar with fakes.

Messages arrive from improbably handsome strangers, often angling for intimate photos or sexy chat.

These so-called catfish profiles use pictures stolen from popular social media stars or adult-film actors.

They lure people into conversation, sometimes trying to arrange dates they will never show up for. In more serious cases they try to defraud, blackmail or harm their victims.

So why do gay dating apps not offer a „verified“ profile badge, like on Instagram or Twitter?

„Not everyone wants to or even should be identified,“ said Eric Silverberg, chief executive of dating app Scruff, which competes with Hornet on the app stores.

„People often create new, repeated or anonymous profiles, for many valid reasons,“ he told the BBC.

„Once you start verifying some, you create a kind of hierarchy on your platform that could lead to unintended consequences for people who are not out of the closet.“

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It can be hard trying to make a connection with someone who understands your needs. You may have tried every other dating site and had no luck finding someone special. You may have even though you found the right person, but it just didn’t work out for you. You don’t need to think about that anymore. You don’t need to worry at all. Amputee Dating Club is your way to find that someone. In fact, we’re positive that you’ll find someone here. We have many different members on the site who are looking someone just like you. Plus, it’s completely free to join. You might as well give it a try.

We launched Amputee Dating Club because we wanted to provide a comfortable place for you to meet people. We also want that place to be safe and secure. We understand that your differences don’t define you as a person. We want to give you the opportunity to blossom and build a lasting relationship with someone who understands you. The ideal of our website is to help you connect with someone. Whether you’re looking for a long term romance, or something more casual. We want you to find exactly what you’re looking for. We’ve made it easy to browse member profiles and get in touch with whoever may catch your eye. We encourage you to branch out and meet people.

Everyone knows that dating can be tiring. The first date is almost always nerve-wracking. It only gets worse if they don’t call right away. There’s always the risk of that first date leading to nothing more in the future. It’s hard. It’s even harder if you’re facing the challenge of being an amputee. You have the typical “why didn’t they call?” concern. But you’re also faced with asking yourself if it was because of your amputation. It’s unfortunate, but it does effect some shallow-minded people. If you’ve tried the average dating site, you probably know how discouraging it can be. But there is someone out there for everyone. Your someone is waiting for you, right here at Amputee Dating Club.

The other members on our site will be in similar situations as you. They have all likely tried the average dating site and had no luck. There is an understanding between the members here that doesn’t exist on those other dating sites. Here, you don’t have to worry about approaching that touchy subject of your handicap. The other members of the site know that there’s something unique about you already. They share that same uniqueness. It should be much easier to meet someone here. Someone who accepts you just the way you are. Someone who understands you. Someone who wants to be in your life. We want to see you make a real connection.

Through Amputee Dating Club we’re trying to eliminate the added awkwardness of dating someone new. We’re trying to eliminate undesired conversations about your disability or handicap. We’re trying to eliminate the judgments and misconceptions. We want people to get to know who you are as a person. To see through the physical imperfections they perceive you to have. We want you to find someone and fall in love. We believe that everyone should have the chance to find a true romance. We want to provide you with this chance to find someone perfect for you.

Amputation and Body Image

I’ve had bilateral below-knee amputations (first my right leg, then the left), and was single for both of them.

As amputees, we go through stages of grief. Once we lose our limb, we have to learn to walk using a prosthesis (without falling over!) and try to conquer our new life with the tools that will help us live in a way that makes us happy and feel like a productive member of society again.

Not to mention dealing with body image issues. New amputees go through many of the same thoughts and feelings we all did when we were going through puberty.

This was a challenge for me. I had two years in between my amputations so, in a sense, I went through this stage twice. After working to overcome those feelings, dating was something that I wanted to try again.

Rebuilding Self-Esteem After Losing Limbs

I know that I have been blessed with a very strong support system in my family and friends, but I really struggled with feeling comfortable in my own skin as an amputee in front of a man. I had many thoughts of doubts that I had to work through. Dating can be hard enough with legs and I really questioned if I would even find a man that would find me attractive.

I had to work on my self-confidence and self-acceptance before I felt I was ready to go on dates. My preferred way of meeting men is by using dating apps to help me to find and connect with men. I am very open with my limb loss so I include in my dating profiles that I’m an amputee and include full-length photos showing me wearing my prosthetic legs.

In my experience, I’ve found it easier to be upfront about my amputations, as it helps me weed through some of the people that I should not invest my time in. Amputation does not define me, it’s just a part of my life’s journey, but some people only see my prosthetic legs.

Putting myself out there on dating apps and started to get responses, amputations and all. This alone was a great way to help me rebuild my self-esteem.

Dating as an Amputee: The Three Categories of Men

Dating in the modern world has definitely led me to some interesting people, and they typically fit into a few categories.

The first one is the “Man of Many Questions.” These guys genuinely just want to learn more about limb loss, as they may not know any other amputees. I don’t mind answering questions about my amputation as long as it is done in a respectful manner and not the sole focus of the conversation. Sometimes it’s like playing a game of twenty questions but they don’t stop at just twenty.

Then there are some men that are just hyper-focused and can’t take their attention off of my prosthetic legs. In their mind my prosthetic legs have a bright red light flashing on them seeking their attention. They can make me feel very uncomfortable and wanting to exit the date as fast as I can. Sometimes I send the SOS text to my best friend to call and give me the classic fake emergency excuse. I swiftly block all further communication.

Finally, there are men that see me as a normal person that just happens to take her legs off when going to bed at night. They make you feel at ease and that you are a human being and not just part robot.

We all get through dating at our own pace, I hope you know that you are a beautiful human no matter what your amputation level is and that you deserve love too.

Is Chris Colfer Dating Someone?

Chris Colfer is indeed in a relationship. He is currently dating a fellow actor Will Sherrod. The couple’s been together for a relatively long time. In fact, they began dating since January 2013. This power couple tends to be very secretive and is rarely ever seen in public eyes as well as media.

Will too is an actor himself, but mostly works behind the scenes. However, some of his small acting roles include Flight, Beowulf, and A Christmas Carol. Moreover, the actor has featured in one of the episodes of Glee alongside his boyfriend as well.

The pair revealed their relationship during the red carpet walk of the Star Guilds Awards in the January of 2013. Since then they have been spotted during the Independence day of 2013 while sporting matching outfits and getting fully indulged in the festivities. Moreover, they were seen dressed as flying monkeys from Wizard of Oz.

The duo is the new power gay couple of Hollywood. After nearly five years, it won’t come as a shock hearing the news of them getting married anytime soon. Their fans will be hoping they soon will be turning from boyfriends to husbands.

Chris Colfer: Quick Facts

He was born on 27th May 1990 in Clovis, birth name is Chris Paul birth sign is is of American nationality but belongs to Irish, German and Scottish parents are Tim Colfer and Karyn has a younger sister named Hannah had a lymph-node surgery as a had a passion for writing from a young grandmother used to inspire him by checking his went to Clovis East High dominated speech and debate championships as a high school was the editor of the school’s literary directed a spoof during the senior year of his high won Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor in net worth is estimated to be $5 million.

Even in today’s day and age, being openly gay to the world takes a certain amount of courage. Chris Colfer definitely displays this in abundance as he felt no hesitation coming out about his sexual orientation. The fans of this good-looking young actor are often intrigued by his dating rumors and affairs which are usually the topic of discussion.

If you belong to the category interested to know about the personal life of Chris Colfer, you have arrived at the right place. Is he in a relationship? Has he had past affairs? How many people has he dated? We’ve got everything covered. Let’s get to it.

Is Chris Colfer Dating Someone?

Chris Colfer is indeed in a relationship. He is currently dating a fellow actor Will Sherrod. The couple’s been together for a relatively long time. In fact, they began dating since January 2013. This power couple tends to be very secretive and is rarely ever seen in public eyes as well as media.

Will too is an actor himself, but mostly works behind the scenes. However, some of his small acting roles include Flight, Beowulf, and A Christmas Carol. Moreover, the actor has featured in one of the episodes of Glee alongside his boyfriend as well.

The pair revealed their relationship during the red carpet walk of the Star Guilds Awards in the January of 2013. Since then they have been spotted during the Independence day of 2013 while sporting matching outfits and getting fully indulged in the festivities. Moreover, they were seen dressed as flying monkeys from Wizard of Oz.

The duo is the new power gay couple of Hollywood. After nearly five years, it won’t come as a shock hearing the news of them getting married anytime soon. Their fans will be hoping they soon will be turning from boyfriends to husbands.

Privacy

More than 70 countries around the world have laws against LGBT people.

ID checks would create a list of „verified LGBT people“ that could be used by those wanting to do harm, including governments.

They would also raise barriers for those exploring their sexuality. If most users chose to verify their profiles, newcomers may find fewer people speak to them if they have not gone through the verification process.

Hornet says its system will not involve checking ID.

Instead, algorithms will evaluate how people behave on the app over time. Profiles that are judged to be genuine will display a „Hornet badge“ as an indicator of trustworthiness.

The company said it would not disclose exactly how the algorithm works because that might help catfish work out how to trick the system.

But Hornet chief executive Christof Wittig told the BBC: „We look at people and how they earn trust while they interact with the community. It requires people to be authentic and interact.“

Analysis

Hornet combines the social elements of apps such as Instagram with the meet-up aspect of apps such as Grindr.

The „verification“ system will analyse how people use those features, to weigh up whether the activity is consistent with genuine users.

Mr Wittig stressed that the algorithm would not look at the contents of private messages.

And because many people in countries with anti-LGBT laws do not use a selfie as their profile picture, the system will not involve any image analysis of profile photos either.

Of course, fake profiles can be very convincing – they are carefully crafted to be deceiving.

Could a catfish profile earn a „Hornet badge“ and add a mark of authenticity to their fake profile?

„In theory, yes,“ said Mr Wittig. „There will always be that one person who will put this super extra effort in, and there will always be some that fall for it.

„But with this system, the amount of work versus the probability of reward changes. We are making being a fake profile very costly. They can no longer do it at scale.

„And even then once you know somebody is a catfish, their pattern is better understood. The machine learning has much more data to really understand how catfish behave.“

What about members who do not want a „Hornet badge“ because they are worried about being exposed for using an LGBT app?

Mr Wittig said it would not be possible to opt out of the system but he said members would still be able to be discreet about their identity.

„People in some countries don’t put a face picture up because it’s so dangerous, but they can still be verified by the system,“ Mr Wittig told the BBC.

Rival apps

The BBC invited rival dating apps Grindr and Scruff to share their views on user verification methods.

Scruff told the BBC: „The bigger question is why bad actors continue to proliferate on some platforms, and the answer always comes down to one thing – leadership.“

„We have always prioritised moderation and community support, because we are building an app that we ourselves use and share with our friends and loved ones. When people misuse our platform, we react swiftly and decisively.

„We have spent years building advanced technologies to stop spammers, catfishers, and other bad actors.“

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This project took me much further than I thought at the beginning, and it was pure grace. Describing social issues in Japan through photography has proved difficult, more than anywhere else, due to seriousness and privacy typical of japanese people, and to the high standards that permeate every aspect of life. However, how much overabundance of meanings and connections, and how much I received in terms of personal growth! Butoh dance, that I approached in order to use it as a narrative device, overwhelmed me, and was deeply intertwined with the themes of the project.

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