(Though disclosure is not mandatory and can be modified at any point.) that he didn't like that people felt the need to omit their disabilities: "The problem clearly isn't the omission itself, it's that having a disability is often stigmatized." Glimmer is aiming to normalize talking openly about all aspects of your life, including disabilities, which should appeal to anyone who's craving a more substantial connection and is tired of the the prevailing insta-swipe culture.
I have no interest in sugar coating things, nor do I want to make it more of a big deal than it is. Only message me if you’re a small, hairless (preferably Asian) slave up for fun with whips and chains who will act like an alpha male in front of my dad.”“I’m def a party girl; like totally only happy if I’m simultaneously drinking ecstasy with my vodka, giving a hand job to a guy from TOWIE and posing for one of those AMAZEBALLS branded nightclub photos. Does the quality, or lack thereof, of girls put me off? There are plenty of normal, even attractive and interesting people on there too.Dating is rarely straightforward, and sometimes less so if you have a disability.