Dating articles from cosmopolitan atlanticcity dating com
I mean, check out these headlines that I pulled from Cosmo’s website: What Guys Secretly Think of Your Hair & Makeup: The truth revealed!20 Dresses He Will Love What He Thinks When He Walks Through Your Door 7 Facebook Habits that Guys Hate 78 Ways to Turn Him On The Secret to Getting Any Guy How to be a Total Man Magnet Sexy Summer Hair Ideas Meet a New Guy by Summer!” Kara Ayers Ouch…literally hurts to see:/ what year is it!? That way they can’t run away from me quite so fast J James Shoemaker …really, a hospital transport chair?Yannick Benjamin So a major publication like Cosmopolitan could not find an active woman who is a user of an actual current wheelchair.We really ARE NOT inherently bitchy people with “chips on our shoulders.” Well some are, but nobody pays any attention to them anyway.We felt it important to offer some insight into “women in wheelchairs” for future features, which we hope you will continue!
We don’t want to come off as whiney or angry crips who can never be happy and find offense in every possible way we are portrayed.
Possibly my favorite one is this “What Guys Secretly Think of Your Hair & Makeup: The truth revealed! uh, that is exactly the thing that keeps me up at night: what guys are thinking about my hair and makeup! Yes; I said children— seriously, I think more 15 year-olds read this magazine than 25 year-olds.
Not that it’s really great advice for any age group. Back to my earlier point: is THE purpose of life really to attract a guy?
Perhaps “top ten positions for sex with a chick in a wheelchair” or “benefits of dating someone in a wheelchair”?
Kristy Goosman Hughes My first impression was, What a stupid picture! Loren Worthington I like those old 70 pound Wheelchairs.