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Dating Hot Disabled Chicks . . At Least They Can't Get Away - MGTOW

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Published on 21 May 2020 / In People & Blogs

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Astral Projection - Dancing Galaxy

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This video is brought to you by a donation from Odium and here's what he has to say: "Hi Sandman I am 35 years old, I have cerebral palsy (think of R J MITE from breaking bad, minus the speech impediment, plus a walker), live on my own, and actually had a few good relationships since I was 17 years old. by the ripe old age of 29 I got so tired of the dating game, since the woman (disabled or not disabled, it doesn't matter) was the one who dictated the pace and the type of the relationship we would have. It was extremely exhausting! Yet I never had any wish to go back in time with my current knowledge, and I never had that feeling that I missed something, wasted any time, or drastically wanted to change something. Oddly enough, people (even people who are not family) sometimes still ask me why I'm not in a relationship and they do not accept the fact that I should be exempt from the relationship race because of my disability. Not only do I have the burden of every average man pursuing a relationship, I also need to juggle the disability and how to present it in an easy and digestible manner, gambling on my time and energy. Trying to explain that I don't have
the energy anymore since I have other important things on my mind - such as skipping myself healthy and maintaining a business as a translator and transcriber is more than enough for me to juggle. Yet people still expect me to be a part of the dating race. WTF?! How is it that my disability does not allow me to be exempt from those kind of expectations? Since the lock-down I feel very lucky being single, not having to share my space or need to maintain a relationship, maintain myself is challenging enough. what are your thoughts? p.s. could you plug my music? since the quarantine i started sampling again and if could find someone through your channel that who would like to remix or collaborate that would be awesome! Thank you for your daily red pills. Stay safe. Well Odium thanks for the donation and sharing your experiences with everyone. I put a link down below to your music and I see you're from Israel and your music has a sort of Trance flavor to it. One of my favorite Trance bands for the late nineties is from Israel. You might have heard of them? They are called Astral Projection. They are a bit dated now after 25 years but I shared two of their songs below. One is called People Can Fly and the other track I also shared is called Dancing Galaxy. Listening to those tracks in my early twenties was absolutely mind blowing. Both tracks are to be listening at high volume. Before I discuss your
experiences being shamed for not dating while disabled let me first tell everyone about today's sponsor The MGTOWs Guide To Retiring on 200k in Southeast Asia:

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Arealgoodusername 5 days ago

Just about every disabled person in America is on SSI. If they start getting a bunch of money from someone through the bank, it can actually mess with their disability benefits. I think a lot of people withhold actual relationships with them as a result.

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ZeroFucks 6 days ago

That's fucked up. It's not like they woke up one day and said " You know what, I think I'm going to be disabled." Seems like a pretty badass girl to me.

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