It's worth taking the extra time to say a few words about yourself.The better the quality of your profile, the better chance you have of finding a suitable match.But don't just take our word for it, read what some of our ex-singles say in our Disabled Dating Success Stories.Here at Whispers4u, we pride ourselves on being one of the first, if not the first site of it's kind.
Scammers and fraudsters whom often frequent dating sites are almost immediately detected and deleted, as we constantly monitor our systems and moderate our member profiles.
From personal experience, however, I know that living this double life can be damaging. I spent my late teens as an able-bod wanna-be by night and shy, depressed 17 year old in a wheelchair by day.
I was intensely lonely and desperate to be seen as a sexual being.
I wanted to be desired by someone - anyone - and was painfully aware that my disability made me unfit girlfriend material in the eyes of many.
So I went online, where I could hide my disability, and in chat rooms late at night I found a lot of men who wanted me.