Dating club for disabled
The site is free to join and gives you the chance to search through people’s blogs and explore a wide range of shared interests and ideas.
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.
You don’t need to create a profile, but simply state your gender, date of birth and email address.
You will need to pay if you want to contact members or use any of the other services.
While most 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 smartphones and tablets, meaning it is easy to browse potential matches wherever you are in the world.
Outsiders is a social, peer support and dating club, run by and for disabled people.
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.
So what do websites that are aimed specifically at disabled people offer, and who is using them?
There are three different levels of membership to the site – free trial, gold and VIP.
Able To Love You is not only a UK site, but also has a platform in the US, Canada, New Zealand, South Africa and Ireland.
You can start browsing any of the sites by signing up for free.
In order to use our site to its full extend and make use of the latest security options, we recommend you to upgrade your internet browser to its latest version.
For the best experience we do recommend Firefox or Chrome.
It’s free to join, search member profiles and send ‘flirts’ to other members, but upgrading to premium membership will open up many more features, such as live video chat rooms, private message facility and the ability to send emails to other members.