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Matchmakers Dating say they did not turn Lucy away and believe "everyone is entitled to date and find love". The dating site sent Lucy an in which they said they were "not a specialist agency" and their "experience of disabled dating is limited". It's stuff like this, that hurts more than I can say.
They added: "As we get more enquiries from the disabled, we are considering developing a specialised brand for the disabled dater. A spokesperson for the company told The Sun Online: "We have current members living with various disabilities, including others using a wheelchair.
Lucy said she wasn't sure whether to share the or not, but she thought it needed to be said. Another wrote: "Surely the best person to decide if they want to date a person with a disability, is the potential date?
Most read in News. The BBC Politics journalist explained: "Imagine for a second being told that you are too disabled for a non-disabled person to love. Lucy Webster, who works for the BBC, was told by Matchmakers Dating that singles "are not always open" to dating someone with her disability.
Britta Zeltmann. Lucy, who works for the BBC's politics team, later shared the on Twitter, saying it had reduced her to tears. Next time a disabled person tries to talk to you about ableism, please remember that it's not just frustrating things like a lack of ramps.
Users on Twitter were quick to show Lucy their support with one person commenting: "Are they trying to say disabled people can only date other disabled people??? in. Their letter read: "We have found that achieving good outcomes for full-time wheelchair user clients can be quite challenging.