Brothers/Sisters, so much has been discussed in this forum about relationships. The range of topics include sexuality, marriage, love, infidelity and the list goes on. One topic I don't recall ever being discussed here is our sisters/brothers with disabilities. According to the Americans with Disabilities Act, the definition of disbilities is somewhat broad, including mental. I'd like to focus on physical, sight and hearing and receive your thoughts. Would/could you ever be attracted to a Black person who was a wheelchair user, visually impaired or deaf? What about an amputee with a prosthesis? I can remember some years ago reading this story about a Black woman born with no arms and legs. She had hands that extended from her shoulders and nothing below her torso. She managed to get around quite well and seemed not to be bothered by her disability. She met a Black man who was a TAB (people with disabilities refer to the rest of us as "temporarily able bodied" because we're all an accident away from becoming like them). The couple got married and they gave birth to a child who she was able to take care of by using her mouth in ways that we use our hands. Could you be with a person with a disability either similar to the one described or different?