It’s free to register and its users can share stories and meet like-minded individuals, making the site as much a social network as it is a dating site.Established in 2002, Whispers4u connects disabled people from all around the world, with users in countries such as the UK, the USA, Canada, Australia and many European countries.Disabled Forums allow members to post on topics of interest.Email (Send & Receive) allow members to interact within Disabled Passions without giving out personal contact details.allows you to easily search and filter profiles for those with disabilities, as well as list your own disability on your profile if you so choose.
While most of the websites users have some sort of disability, the site is also open to non-disabled users, who in the sites own words; “look beyond an obvious disability and focus on the whole person and a possible relationship they might enjoy.” The website has also been adapted for smart phones and tablets, meaning it is easy to browse potential matches wherever you are in the world.
As much a support network as it is a dating site, Disabled Passions gives you the chance to get to know people in a supportive atmosphere, without any pressure to take things further.
Enable Dating is another UK website that is exclusively for disabled people.
As a mainstream dating website, both disabled and non-disabled people use the service.
Although it can seem daunting to launch yourself into a large dating community, it means the odds are on your side as there are so many users checking the site every day. • Disability, sex and relationships: condoms • This Valentine’s Day let’s kiss awkward goodbye • Wedding in a wheelchair Get in touch by messaging us on Facebook, tweeting us @DHorizons, emailing us at [email protected] leaving your comments below.
From uniform dating, to websites that cater specifically for tall people, or those with a gluten intolerance, there really is a site out there for everyone.