I found that it’s not a matter of finding the best website to post on, but having the best approach for your profile.
As you noted, it’s important to disclose your disability properly so that a) you don’t scare anyone off, and b) you are[n’t] viewed as hiding anything.
If you know of any encouraging news, a new SCI resource, a new daily living aid or just something noteworthy drop me a line and I'll try to post it.
When I’m in the midst of a flare I can become pretty non-mobile.
This site was originally created as my own personal resource.
As it grew I decided to share it with others like me (C5/6 Quadriplegic per a diving accident in 1999).
Everyone wonders just how much information to include in an online dating profile, and people with disabilities are no different.
On Reddit, we’ve seen this subject matter pop up a lot in a few subreddits: Should you post pictures of yourself in a wheelchair?