My last date was several months ago, and it ended with her saying I was "creepy" because of my disability -- a condition I was born with.Apparently, this last woman you dated is so used to wearing her heart on her sleeve that she failed to notice that most of it broke off (and is maybe still lying there with her driver's-side mirror at the Burger King drive-thru). I'm a nice, good-looking guy with a good job, but I have a muscular condition that causes me to shake a lot.I'm not looking to fool anyone, but I don't want to advertise my condition on my profile because it's so personal.5) With the advent of online dating, the dating landscape has changed and you can actually get to know someone really well before meeting them in person for the first time, as opposed to meeting someone in a bar for the first time and not knowing a thing about them.
Wear a condom, take your pills, do whatever you need to do to stay safe.
Sex is the most intimate thing you can do, so you don’t want to give them a “freebie” for simply just knowing you. 4) You might have sex with someone if you’ve had a few drinks and because you feel it’s the right thing to do if your date wants to do the same.
But, your date might feel like they’ve been used if you realise the next day that your feelings aren’t strong enough to want to see them again.
In other words, the underlying issue is the lack of disclosure, not the lack of sit-still-ness -- which doesn't justify for a second what this woman said to you.
(Clearly, her disability -- being a compassionless bitch -- is just less visible than yours.) However, I'm not going to kumbaya you.