Since there are 1 billion people with disabilities around the world, it should come as no surprise that a plethora of disability-specific dating sites exist. ” and “Playing disabled cupid” are sprinkled across websites like Disability and Dating4
“I always disclose my disability right away in my profile and photos,” she says via email.
Just like a messy divorce-in-progress or the fact that there are three kids under the age of 10 waiting at home, Carlson feels that disability is an important fact that potential partners should know from the beginning.
Clown Dating.com, for instance, is a singles community for professional clowns, aspirational clowns, or people who just find clowns sexy.
And for those ’80s kids who long for the days of “business in the front, party in the back,” Mullet exists.
Woodward and Carlson feel that their disability doesn’t—or shouldn’t—limit them to dating only people who have disabilities also.