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    Looking for disabled friendly escort in omagh

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    Did u find any?

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    Do you know any?

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    In the past I was very tolerant and helpful/nice/patient......I had some disabled regulars.....but last time they changed too much, they became unpolite/timewaster etc, so I stopped waste my time for these guys. Sorry xxx
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    I do see disabled clients, but I'm not going to be touring after my last tour coming up. I am however based in the North and I do visit one chap in Armagh, so I would possibly travel if the distance isn't too far.

    I would also want to talk to you one to one about your disability and any important factors that may need to be taken into consideration.

    If you would like to talk, send me a pm and if not. Good luck finding someone x

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    Quote Originally Posted by LLLLL View Post
    In the past I was very tolerant and helpful/nice/patient......I had some disabled regulars.....but last time they changed too much, they became unpolite/timewaster etc, so I stopped waste my time for these guys. Sorry xxx
    Brave statement Lavina, and of course every escort is perfectly entitled to set restrictions on who they will entertain.

    Being disabled, besides the obvious effects, also affects the person’s personality. They may accept it and try to make the most out of life and be happy for what they have. However, this outlook is very difficult to maintain 24/7, and it is normal to feel resentful, unfairly victimised, jealous, sad, depressed, angry etc.

    Many disabled people find it very difficult to find love due to their disability, and for young men and women, this is very hard to cope with.

    What I am trying to say is that, yes, sometimes disabled people are pains in the arse, but I believe we must be more tolerant and sympathetic (up to a point of course).

    I have always admired EI for facilitating this forum, and having a “disabled friendly” option on profiles, as escorts may be the only option for some to experience a fleeting moment of intimacy and passion with a beautiful sexy lady.

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    I really sorry if I disappointed in you. I tried to do my best with a deaf or wheelchair client etc, I think I was very helpful and tolerant with everything. I wish for every disabled client to find the perfect mate and have a great time!!! And I know its not easy - dont give up! (talk about your disability on the phone the 1st time:what your need, what are u looking for....and be brave to go to your appointment - if you will be honest she will wait for you!!) Good luck! xxx
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    Quote Originally Posted by LLLLL View Post
    I really sorry if I disappointed in you. I tried to do my best with a deaf or wheelchair client etc, I think I was very helpful and tolerant with everything. I wish for every disabled client to find the perfect mate and have a great time!!! And I know its not easy - dont give up! (talk about your disability on the phone the 1st time:what your need, what are u looking for....and be brave to go to your appointment - if you will be honest she will wait for you!!) Good luck! xxx
    You are right about honesty. I've had clients turn up with disabilities and not bother to tell me beforehand. It's not just the surprise factor when a cholostomy bag appears, but also something that the lady being visited may not be comfortable with. I once had a guy turn up who was allergic to detergent and I'm telling you his pants were brown!!!! He reckoned they were washed, but they looked awful. That turned my tummy, but worse than that I later discovered that his thermostat was broken (as in he sweated profusely) and my quilt cover was drenched right through by the time he left. I couldn't use the bed the rest of the day and everything needed washing and the duvet dry cleaned.

    If the chap had told me in advance I may have said no, but equally I may have just put a plastic sheet under a blanket, so only the blanket needed washing and saved my bed. People need to be considerate on both sides, regardless of if it is a disability or any other unique thing the client may have in mind. Don't just spring it on us.
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