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I'm not going to say it would be impossible for her to keep me around, but it'd be highly unlikely.
It's not the same as someone who is transgender as I'm not okay with even casual sex in a same-sex scenario.
We can debate or disagree as to if that is wise or fair to omit that, but that is different than arguing that you are entitled to that information.
You might argue that a physical disability or a person being trans are major factors for some people in terms of who they’ll date.
This seems somewhat analogous to a recent CMV post about people with disabilities (e.g. The OP said they felt that a person should have put that they use a wheelchair on their dating profile.
The consensus in the comments though seemed to be that a person in a wheelchair shouldn’t HAVE to disclose that about themselves in their dating profile, just as there are many other things a person might not put front and center due to any number of reasons.
By that logic, we should have no filters at all - and you should just see everyone with no filters at all, which would be a miserable user experience no one would use.You might even argue that they are major factors for MOST people. My point is: there are loads of factors that someone might consider “major” when it comes to date-ability.And yet, why should we allow filters for one thing and not another? What is a dealbreaker for you might not be a dealbreaker for someone else.Should we create separate categories for people who have autism or learning disabilities? Besides, isn’t that kind of the premise of dating sites to begin with, that the pool is diverse?They are still around, not because failed dates / matches don’t happen, but because of the possibility of finding someone who likes you for who you are, whatever that may be.