Would you date or marry (or continuing your relationship with)
Someone who is paralyzed (at least half their body)
Someone deaf or blind
A midget (less than 4ft)
A giant ( 7+ ft)
Someone who is dying
Someone with a condition that prevents them from having sex
Someone who can't produce a child
Someone with autism
Someone with anxiety, depression, schizophrenia, or another mental or personality disorder
Why or why not?
Most Helpful Guy
Paralyzed: Yes, I could date a paralyzed person. Unable to walk isn't a deal breaker and we could still do many funny things together. But if they are paralyzed from the neck and down, it would be a lot harder and I'm not so sure about that.
Deaf: I could give the deaf person a try to find out if the dating/relationship is working. It's different levels of deafness. Even though hearing aids are far from perfect, they works well enough for a conversation.
Blind: I wouldn't date a blind person, because I'm a visual person and I don't know how to explain my interests and ambitions without the person seeing. I thinks enjoying thing together would also be too difficult, but I may be wrong. I like to show people visual things.
Mute: Probably not. I loves conversations and often the long one.
Amputee: Lack of a arm or a leg isn't a deal breaker.
Midget: Probably not. I finds taller people more attractive. I wants my partner to be between 170 - 180 cm.
A giant: It wouldn't be my first choose. But I would maybe give that a try.
Dying: If they are dying first time I meets them, I would probably not date them. If we knew each other for a long time, maybe.
Sexless: Sex isn't the most important thing in a relationship. Love and spending time together is far more important. If we could enjoy a meal together, they can enjoy a massage and we can watch a movie, I don't complain.
Can't produce: If the person can't get biological children, I see it as a big advantage. I don't want children and if I ever changes my mind, we can maybe adopt.
Autism: It really depends how the person is and how much the autism affect the person. But if they have the stereotypical one, I would probably not date them.
Mental stuffs: I don't think so, because that would be too much for me to handle. I've met depressive people and some with other struggles. That's very hard to cope with even though you just spend a few hours with them from my experiences. (I've been in classes with some.)2THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girl
Paralyzed: leaning towards no, but if they were someone I'd get along with so well to be totally in love, then maybe.
Deaf or blind: probably, if the chemistry was there, but I feel I'd be more willing to date someone deaf rather than blind. I'd feel safer knowing they can see things.
Mute: I don't know sign language, so I wouldn't know how to communicate with them, but if we had a connection I'd be willing to learn, probably.
Amputee: Probably. Arms or above the waist, there's a high chance because I like to be active and a missing leg could be problematic if we wanted to work out together or hike or something.
Midget/Giant: if they were super cool, sure. It'd feel weird it I'm sure I'd get used to it.
Someone Dying: Maybe, like in that movie Me Before You. Again, it all depends on who they are and the situation. I don't really think you can help who you fall in love with. If they are someone you enjoy being around it wouldn't be a waste of time.1THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE