So if a boy meets a girl with a handicap, and he could choose any girl, why would he want to choose to date a girl with a handicap, when there are other *fish in the sea* who are perfectly normal? I know people date and they have an accident and they stick together, but you never hear of the boy who has a crush on the girl who is deaf *thats me* or in a wheelchair or stutters or wears head gear. So I suppose I want to know what I'm working with, what separates the men from the boys?
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Unless you're a "deaf" swimsuit model, you're going to have to try and date "men" that will actually try and get to know you and talk to you, and respect you as a person. A "man" will respect you even if he can't or doesn't want to sleep with you, and no matter what head-gear you're sporting. A "boy" will only respect you if he's interested, or if you happen to have the right "head-gear" on so to speak.
It's actually pretty easy to spot the men from the boys, all you have to do is pay attention to how they interact with OTHER women. (but don't be too discouraged -- deaf women aren't the only people who think that there aren't very many "men" around).4