She's single, and has lived in and dated on Tinder in three different cities — Los Angeles, Boston, and New York — and spoke with about what it's really like to Tinder date when you're paraplegic.
I was in a car accident when I was 5, when my family and I were coming home from ice skating a couple of days after Christmas, and it resulted in a spinal cord injury, so I've been in a wheelchair for a long time now.
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Glimmer is trying to provide an alternative by creating a more inclusive, transparent environment.
I just don't know what to do." And I said, "Well, I don't know what to tell you, because we've already been talking for two weeks, so the conversation shouldn't be any more difficult at this point," and then just asked for the check. At the end of the night, he told me, "Well, you're a very nice person," and I said, "Yeah, OK, good luck with everything," and started to leave.
Then he said, "I would maybe consider going out with you again," but I told him he didn't have to pretend to be into me just to be polite.
And ultimately, for the most part, I ended up choosing not to use photos where my disability was obvious.
The photos I used weren't cropped weirdly or anything — if you looked closely you could see it, but you wouldn't maybe notice it.
The app, which launched this month, is for anyone — not just those with disabilities.