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But don't just take our word for it, read what some of our ex-singles say in our Disabled Dating Success Stories.Over the years, many disabled singles have connected through our unique dating service and have been married as a result.Where’s the difference between such “exhibitions of live human curiosities” and ‘The Undateables’?All I see is ‘entertainment’ that is cruel, predatory and at the expense of the acts’ dignity.Our matching software will actively promote members to you based on the quality of your profile.It's worth taking the extra time to say a few words about yourself.I truly find it hard to put into words how creepy I find the whole concept of the show.
Imagine having your dating life narrated by a woman whose sole aim, it seems, is to make you sound as incapable at everyday life as possible. Sure, the show has done good things for some of the participants and said participants obviously agreed to be on the show in the first place.
Supporters of the show might say that it subverts expectations by proving that disabled people actually are in fact dateable – but we don’t need a patronising television show to tell us that.
Besides, it’s too little too late, because the implications of the title remain and continue to reinforce the all-too-common attitude that disabled people are somehow incapable of forming close relationships.
After all, I’m sure we all know people in our lives who complain when their love lives stall, yet somehow fail to see that their disgusting personalities are to blame.
Bad naming skills aside, ‘The Undateables’ has a serious issue with infantilising fully grown adults.