Why do Special needs people get the shaft on dating sites?


Why do Special needs people get the shaft on dating sites?

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    April 9, 2019 at 7:02 pm #198404
    Why do Special needs people get the shaft on dating sites?

    I have Autism and no girl online gives me a chance

    April 9, 2019 at 11:29 pm #198415

    The online dating sites are difficult to deal with anyway. Don’t take it personally. I quit the sites, and i don’t have Autism. There is a lot of “misunderstandings” on the sites.

    April 10, 2019 at 12:16 am #198417

    As frankt mentioned online dating is a challenge for many people.
    Generally speaking men outnumber women on most of the sites until you get to the senior ones.
    The more competition there is the more options women have to choose from.
    In fact some women abandon online dating sites because they’re getting too many men hitting on them!

    You might want to consider joining a niche dating site specifically for highly functional special needs people.
    SpectrumSingles dot com and AutisticDating dot net may provide you with better prospects.

    Oftentimes the “right person” is trapped within one’s own “friend zone”.
    It’s been my observation that most people’s frustration comes from wanting people who (don’t) want them.
    Remember online dating is just (one way) to meet new people!
    I’ve often said “nice guys” don’t pursue “nice girls”! (And vice versa).
    They’re usually aiming out of their league with the hopes of getting someone who will validate them as being special.