Going to the cinema with a disabled woman?


Going to the cinema with a disabled woman?

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    May 16, 2015 at 8:10 pm #79156
    Going to the cinema with a disabled woman?

    A woman I know who has disabilities, I am not sure what but autism is a guess, I could be completely wrong. Anyway, she has heavily hinted on liking me and wanting me to take her to the cinema. As she has disability allowance, she has a card which allows her carer to get a cinema ticket for free and she said I should take her, pretend to be a carer, so that we essentially get half price tickets. I do not like her in this way and I do not want to lead her on. I am wondering whether or not to take her up on this offer and make it clear it would be as friends. However, I am not sure if she will fully get that I am taking her as a friend and I also do not want her to end up liking me more (or who knows, maybe she will like me less). Is this risky business and should I leave it alone?

    May 19, 2015 at 9:37 am #79222

    i would make it clear that it would be just as friends. if she doesn’t get it then i would just leave her alone. you don’t want to give her false hope.

    May 19, 2015 at 12:51 pm #79290

    It’s really important that you be honest with her about how you feel, but if you feel like maybe she won’t understand that then I would just leave her be.