Going out with a man in a wheelchair may invite unwelcome attention and reactions.
People tend to be uncomfortable with whatever is different, writes Tiffiny Carlson in the Huffington Post article, "10 Things to Never Say to a Person in a Wheelchair." Uncertainty as to how to act around a person in a wheelchair may cause some people to refuse to make eye contact, attempt to avoid the man or the couple or to speak over the man's head as if he is not there, says Rick Chillot in his article, "Do I Make You Uncomfortable? The woman should prepare for the stares and remarks that people who are not sensitized to being with people who have disabilities might make.
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