I can't believe people would go out with a disabled person to make fun of him or her. That is incredibly cruel.<br />
Disabled or able-bodied people should be judged by the same standards. A good person is a good person. A bad person is a bad person. <br />
Hopefully we live in a day and age where people recognise this. So to answer the question, hopefully everybody.
I would love to take a disabled man or woman out to show them a great time and NO I would never be that cruel and if someone is they need there *** kicked!
It doesn't matter to me about disability's because you never know what you can learn from that person! I took care of developed mentally disabled adults for 3 yrs! I love them all and they have the kindest biggest,caring and loving hearts! To me they are angles God sent to us!
My roommate dates a physically disabled girl. She has some kind of post-polio syndrome (had polio in India as a baby before being adopted to the US). She isn't paralyzed, but her legs don't work very well, and she uses a cane and sometimes a scooter. We make accomodations for her to get around, and take her needs into consideration, but otherwise, we don't treat her any differently. In fact, I think she is an incredibly annoying human being, and I don't mind saying so even though you are "supposed to" be nice disabled people (out of pity or some such thing). No, I get to dislike her by the same regular person standard as everyone else on the planet.
Nice one because I want to be treated like I belong to the human race and not a sub group who must be liked. Anyone can be a pain in the back side and political correctness can be so patronising!
Some people will just take sex wherever they can get it, it's not that hard to get a date if you drop your standards, whether you're disabled or otherwise.
I went on a date with a girl that was disabled,,,we had what I thought was a nice meal and conversation,,,until the waitress brought the check and she ordered a steak dinner to go,,,,
my knees been disabled and no one wants to go out with me.. so i would say not many people.
I wouldn't make fun of them...they are usually wonderful people. My son is severely handicapped and retarded and he is the most wonderful kid. He has taught me so much about love, life, and what is important. Why would I make fun of them?