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Ward said membership was open to anyone over 18 with a disability."We believe in this, and it is about having fun [and] connecting people in a safe environment," Ward said.The next function will be a dance lesson on August 5 at the Sandringham Bowling Club.Disabled Aucklanders are finding romance through a dating group for disabled people.Flourishing Friendships was launched in February in Auckland by Sarah Ward and Diane Morris, who between them have 20 years' experience working in the disability sector.Disabledim honest caring person ,who wears my heart on my sleeve ,just like to be happy and enjoy life,i have chronic pain syndrome but it dont stop me from enjoying life ,not into mind game ,is this too much to ask ! drink in a quiet pub,then maybe a walk to carry on ...Disabled Hello every one I want to find my soul mate so we can both be happy and have a future together one day hopefully.I am quite the shy slightly nervous gal and I have not got had much dating experience but I'm hoping to maybe find some luck here? Disabledi am outdoor girl love animals,countryside, my family,they say,money cant buy love its true its love and happiness makes the world go round even thou nice to have some , never be sad allways try to smile and laugh life is to ...Disabled Hi there I'm looking for a serious relationship.
But they plant curiosity to learn ” The problem with Atypical isn’t that it’s merely imperfect. This tweet positions autistic people’s concerns about Atypical as merely whining and an unreasonable demand for perfection rather than the actual protest that it is against the genuinely harmful messages of the show.
Flourishing Friendships aims to break down social isolation by connecting people with disability across Auckland.
READ MORE: * Councillors given taste of life with disability * Online dating: Behind the 'science' of digital matchmaking * Long-lost childhood sweethearts matched by dating site 30 years later Morris said numbers were growing, with members wanting to make friends and form lasting romantic partnerships, she said."In our membership questionnaire, we asked why members choose to join the group - nine out of 10 members said it was to meet someone special for romance," she said.
It also came after their original rebuttal of “If you don’t like it you don’t have to watch it”.
This latter argument entirely ignores the harm that can occur if people watch harmful portrayals of disability and believe and internalize those messages.
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The group's first function, a speed dating night at an Irish pub in Papakura three weeks ago, was a great success."That event really reinforced the importance of what we are trying to do.