Whether you have a broken leg, were in a life debilitating accident, or lumbered with some congenital disease, not being ambulatory presents an array of challenges – one of which is meeting women at bars and nightclubs.
No doubt about it: seduction from a wheelchair can be a daunting task.
For one, there’s the fear of social stigma. What woman would want to talk to a cripple, you may worry.
Two, you are limited in what activities you can engage in. If you’re at a night club, dancing with a woman may seem out of the question.
Three, you’ve got a salient height disadvantage.
Maybe you were six-foot-two. But in the wheelchair you’re shorter than the shortest guys. This can create crippling fear approaching women, lest they can’t hear you because you’re so much short than them.
Well, my friend, I’m here to tell you that almost all – if not every single one of – your fears are imaginary. If fact, you have an almost unfair advantage over other men.
If a man isn’t a woman’s physical type, she may reject him from the get go, running the gamut from telling him she’s not interesting and asking him to leave to flat out acting like a rhymes-with-witch.
But if you’re a cripple it’s considered a social faux pas for a woman not to chat with you for a few minutes. Take advantage of this. In other words, every girl in the bar is going to give you at least a few minutes to demonstrate your personality and generate attraction in her. This is a luxury most men don’t have.
Yes, it’s true – from a wheelchair you are shorter than every woman unless she’s Mini Me’s twin sister. Moreover, it’s true that this will make it harder for women to hear you.