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She supposedly went to management, and supposedly they wrote him up and made him sign a letter saying that if I went to his work, called anyone, or emailed anyone at his work, he would be reprimanded.He brought home the letter with his and his manager’s names on it, but neither signed. They have an interest in ensuring that their employees aren’t harassed at work or otherwise subjected to angry emails from employees’ spouses.The ability to hide behind a screen and only let other people see certain parts of you was definitely what the internet was invented for! Do you reveal you have a disability in your profile and hope that people wouldn’t be put off by it?Or do you leave that vital piece of information out and then have the trouble of deciding when to tell your new love of your life that you can’t actually speak?I’ve had some of my female readers complain that the term neediness makes it sound like I’m framing women as weak, fragile, insecure creatures that just cling to men (and stress them out). I think women bring a tremendous strength and power to the table in relationships…when they have access to it and are free of their own fears. Those fears are greater now more than ever really since there’s an entire industry devoted to making sure men and women are wrought with insecurities so they buy products (sowing in and agitating tiny insecurities is the bread and butter of the marketing world). How long is an acceptable length to time to wait before you ask for their Wi-fi password the morning after the night before?And I don’t mean the one in Tesco - I mean the one in the great big dating supermarket of life.
OK, now I want to step back because I can imagine that my points may have enraged certain readers, who are ready to comment with things like, “Why should we have to reward his dumb ass for not lying? You know all sorts of women who lie to their female friends on occasion… After all, I’m 37 years old and have only had three serious relationships. Let’s be honest, none of us want to be left on the shelf. But, speaking from the personal experience of a bloke with a disability and no voice, I think that the dating game is much harder for people like me.If I’m being honest, I’ve tried it both ways with varying results.It’s not that I want to lie to people; I just don’t want them to judge me solely on my disability. I think that’s partly why I included a storyline about it in my Radio 4 sitcom, Ability.