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Using escorts and disability

james4james4 Member Posts: 9 Listener
edited October 2018 in Dating and relationships
has anyone had any experience or advise in using escorts for the disabled i have been looking at TLC trust but there is no providers near me  in Hertfordshire. i have tried  dating sites but had no joy and am feeling so low and need some female interaction.

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  • Jane_ScopeJane_Scope Member Posts: 10 Listener
    Hi James

    As you mention TLC Trust I assume you might have already been in touch with Outsiders, who list TLC on their website, but if not, do contact Outsiders to see if they can suggest anything else http://www.outsiders.org.uk/outsidersclub/ 
    They have Sex and Disability Helpline (contact details towards the bottom of the link) and also a Facebook 'Clubhouse' for peer support and contact.
  • emily456emily456 Member Posts: 5 Listener
    @james4 from @emily4545 I think at first if you dont suceed in 
  • emily456emily456 Member Posts: 5 Listener
    @james4 sorry about the last comment just wanted offer some advice. If you cant find the one because of the problem don't give up keep on trying. Because there plenty of disabled dating apps out there you just have find out whats the beat route for you mate.
    I know this isn't a dating site of course i do reliease that James. You just have think whats the best route for me take when and if im looking a friend or a relationship. 

    You could always reply this comment!  :) x
  • tru88letru88le Member Posts: 78 Courageous
    Can anyone reply? 😤
  • faithlew87faithlew87 Member Posts: 3 Listener
    I work with women with disabilities sexually but have seen many people who have taken advantage of it, something personally I couldn't or wouldn't do. When looking just be careful and ensure they are both clean and are vetted if you go through an agency. 

    Hope you find what your looking for. 
  • tru88letru88le Member Posts: 78 Courageous
    By working with women sexually do you mean you have sex with women as a job? In other words your an escort or male prostitute?
    Or you work with women on matters pertaining to sexuality? 
  • tru88letru88le Member Posts: 78 Courageous
    By taking advantage do you mean they get paid or they enjoy it too whereas you get paid but what?
    How do they take advantage?
    Are you ultimately doing disabled women a favour. A good turn so to speak?
  • JolyonJolyon Member Posts: 4 Listener
    I've some experience with this. Can't talk in an open forum. Is it possible to send private messages here  
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  • sharonmasonsharonmason Member Posts: 1 Listener
    I have spoken to a few people that have tried escorts. Mostly men but a woman too. They found them at https://www.ukadultzone.com/independent-escorts-directory.html as that site specifically asks escorts if they welcome people with disabilities. One guy was looking for an escort for his son. He found a really friendly girl. Be warned though, there are scams. The most common is deposit scams. So Neve, Never pay a deposit. Try and find a local English girl. 
  • michelleinwalesmichelleinwales Member Posts: 1 Listener
    Just offering some advice, but it is generally a really good idea for those with disabilities to have an encounter with an escort if it is something they have been considering for a long time. Most escorts like those at https://www.cardiffdesires.co.uk/ are very accepting and accommodating in terms of disabled clients. My one suggestion would be to explain the situation to the operator first so that they can recommend someone who would be appropriate for the disabled individual.  
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