It's always possible to find a good excuse not to do something. Bad character is the ugliest thing a person can op,here is my thoughts on your question..i work in the medical field, i am always sending up medical supplies to the wards on the hospital, and this does include those occasion, i will meet patients who wear a bag, it does not bother me, as i am rather clinical minded about such things.others may not be.
So it's somewhat reassuring to know that there's plenty out there that get on just fine, even with this obstacle.Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing... If you went on a date with a person with a bag and you knew it, would it make a difference in your choice of a 2nd date?Just remember that Po F ain't so much a pond as much as it is a puddle..depth for sure.Just means you'll have to seek harder and longer than most would, that's all.Best of luck EDITI answered my own question by actually looking it up. Everybody has an idea of what's attractive and what's not.
I also see it says these are SLOWLY being transitioned to K-Pouch or BCIR. Everyone has a preconceived idea of physical beauty and everyone thinks they would never get involved with someone who doesn't measure up to that idea.
I have had a couple of replies to my profile and as soon as they know what an Ostomate is, they disappeared... Different levels of "weird" we're ready to embrace.
For some, this situation could present a weird factor that would turn them off. I had a suspicion as to what it related to, but I went out looking and researching just to be sure as I've never heard the exact term.
Some people think they can't find a relationship because they are too beautiful.
If you don't want to have a relationship, you don't have to have one.
But I think many people will tend to avoid others with complications, disabilities to where they feel it will hamper or limit what is considered a normal way of being, existing together, etc...I can understand that especially if they can avoid it by merely not sending out an email.... My advice would be to concentrate on who you are and maybe make mention of it at the end of your profile. ) is different than saying "Due to health complications, I've had an illiostomy". IMO, by and large, most people on an online dating site, are seeking a specific, "ideal".