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Joined: 4/14/2008
Msg: 48
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What is it about disability?Page 4 of 4    (1, 2, 3, 4)
Hey Tigress

OK everyone, stop the man bashing. Women (girls) do it too. I get that question quite often. Sometimes, they'll ask that before they ask my name. I have one of two answers:

A. If I think she's cute, I'll say "My van is parked outside. I could show you better than I could tell you."

B. If I don't think she's cute, I'll say, "Depends on how much you're willing to spend."

Yes, I know both answers are slimy. But, if they have enough nerve to ask me that question without knowing me, then they get what they deserve. In other words,"You pays your money. You takes your chances."

In some ways women are worse than men because they feel like they can go farther. Last time I went out, some girl just puts grabs my head and pushes it into her breast. Of course this was done shortly after she whispers in my ear, "I'm not a slut or a prostitute, but I'd love to give you a lap dance." Needless to say, she was drunk at the time. No, "Hello, what's your name?" or "Hi, my name is ..." Just straight to sexual molestation of the guy in the wheelchair. I get that kind of behavior almost every time I go to a bar or a club. Good times.

But, I have to say, when it's all said and done, I have fun with it. I don't really find it offensive. Just annoying sometimes. But, I realize things are different for a man. Sometimes, what women find offensive or degrading, a man may think is funny or even attractive. My best advice is to grow a thick skin, figure out a response for those situations that conveys your distaste for their utter lack of tact, and try to have fun with it at the other person's expense. Here's one for you;

Man: "Can you have sex?"
You: "No thank you. I prefer men."
Man: "I am a man."
You; "No. A man wouldn't ask me that question."

See what I mean. You put him in his place, while teaching him a lesson. Plus, you and your girlfriends get to laugh at the dumb look on his face. Good times! Above all else, don't take these things too seriously. Have fun and take care my sister.
 Scott Norman
Joined: 8/6/2006
Msg: 51
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What is it about disability?
Posted: 7/22/2008 1:23:21 PM
There are angles, reaches, directions to the Pentagrams of social realities. I have to be militant about my disability because of the social/legal politics. I REALLY have to sue agencies or DIE. It isn't about self-pity, it's a fight for justice. And maybe get some doors open for other folks with Hidden Disabilities before the System kills them.
 Scott Norman
Joined: 8/6/2006
Msg: 52
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What is it about disability?
Posted: 7/22/2008 2:16:54 PM
Some folks consider me asexual, especially on the question of sex with a "normal" woman. (Actually, "Normal" is a setting on a washing machine.) Once whaen describing the "Great Love of My Life," I described, quite respectfully, how she looked. Among other things, I mentioned perfectly cone-shaped breasts. The person to whom I was speaking asked me how I knew...
Joined: 1/30/2008
Msg: 59
What is it about disability?
Posted: 9/8/2008 2:31:26 PM
dont know lol.....whats to say about it
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