Most Helpful Guy
Not really. I suppose it depends on other things. If everything... worked as far as intimacy, then the other stuff wouldn't be an issue so much.
I've had friends in wheelchairs who are known as "the wheelchair guy" and friends in wheelchairs who are known by their names, even by the same friends. It's the attitude and what they do with their wheelchairs that makes the difference in perception.
If you were constantly using it as an excuse for not doing things, then it wouldn't be attractive; not because of the wheelchair, but because of the attitude.
It might make things a little trickier, (like certain wheelchairs are a lot more difficult to transport in my tiny car than others) but I could see myself working around it as I would with anything.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girl
I think of that scene from Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story when Linda visits Bruce in the hospital and says, "You know this thing is kinda sexy we should keep it after you're better."
The only way to relate is to imagine if my husband was in a chair. I would still love him, still want him, and be attracted to him. The chair would be something we would incorporate in to our lives. Being attracted to and in love with someone shouldn't have restrictions if one person can't walk. You make it work because the person intrigues you and you have a connection, no matter what it is about them that is different, period.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE