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In the movie "Coming Home," Sally Hyde, an able-bodied married woman, falls in love with Luke Martin, a wounded Vietnam veteran who uses a wheelchair. Their developing romance illustrates some of the challenges that occur with dating a man in a wheelchair. These challenges go beyond the logistical issues of access, and often touch nearly every aspect of the dating relationship. Disabled men traditionally have a higher unemployment rate than able-bodied men, and those men who are employed often work in less prestigious positions with lower pay, according the Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation. During the economic crisis that began in , able-bodied workers began competing for jobs formerly reserved for disabled workers, according to CNN.
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In a world built for the able-bodied, disabled people face countless barriers in their everyday lives. But many able-bodied daters may not know how to approach someone with a disability or what to avoid when asking a disabled person out. According to the last U. Census statistics in , one in five people Americans has a disability and more than half consider their disability severe, but physical and cognitive limitations don't stop those with disabilities from enjoying dating and having meaningful, lasting relationships. We talked to five people with disabilities and asked them about dating ups and downs, tips for other daters with disabilities, and what able-bodied people can do differently in relationships. Rivka Francher photography.
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Everyone dreads being swiped left. What if you use a wheelchair — better to show it or not? Disabled singles talk about creepy messages, insulting suitors and the dates that restored their faith in romance.