This is an extremely valid view of dating for Morrison-Gurza, seeing as he uses a wheelchair and seems to have experience dating able-bodied people.
Over the years many singles have connected through our unique service and have been married as a result.
still capable of going on an average date, still able to have sex, etc.
While these are important aspects around breaking stereotypes about people with disabilities, Morrison-Gurza makes the point that it is just as important, if not more so, to consider the thoughts, fears, feelings, and uncertainties of people with disabilities in regards to dating and relationships.
Almost everyone knows the feeling of uncertainty, fear, and excitement triggered by the chance to spend time or go on a date with someone you are interested in.
The heart-pounding when you see your crush walk by, pre-date jitters when picking out an outfit – these are not unfamiliar feelings.