You can try a casual, “Hey, just let me know anything you can think of that I can help with getting to our date or on the date”; you might want to mention if it’s your first time you’ve been out with someone in a wheelchair so your date understands that you’d appreciate some guidance.
By being upfront about this, you’ll be both relieved and prepared.
Wait, check that, not 'most'; ALL of them have cut off the contact.
I also confronted my friend's wife, who loves setting up friends, as to why she's never set me up.
So I still give it at least the college try when I get a number, but my expectations are just about zero.
I think the best way is to check yourself into the hosipital for something and hit on the nurses and PT's.
Some may, but don’t expect all of us to talk about sex on the first date. They just lay there all paralyzed and lifeless during sex. If things are boring introduce scented candles, oils, music etc. Wheelchair users are very visual when it comes to foreplay and sex. No Sex: Dating a paraplegic wheelchair user means no sex. The very few paraplegics who do need some help with personal care will have, or should get, support services in place. This topic sucks - but thank god somebody's addressing it!I have gotten plenty of phone numbers from women, but upon calling them they rethink what they're getting into and most cut off the contact.