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But believe it or not, the online dating industry is alive and well and taking advantage of people’s singlehood.Introduction "Hot sexy mama" are three words that disabled mothers will never hear strung together except perhaps from their lovers.Both the literal and figurative components of that phrase are culturally precluded from mothers with disabilities.In 2007, it was a $900 million industry and 20 million people were consumers.A 2010 survey also revealed that one out of five singles dated someone they met through an online dating site and one of five new relationships owe its origins to the Internet.First is a review of the literature to create a data profile of disabled women and disabled mothers.
As part of this, I examine the statistics, lack of research literature on this topic, cultural assumptions about sexuality, motherhood and disability, and the challenges faced by disabled mothers in their quest to be sexual beings.
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The nagging injuries that later constituted put him on the disabled list consisted of groin and hamstring pulls and stiffness in his upper shoulders and lower back, the natural result of a man who stood 6’4, weighed 240 pounds, and possessed enormous thighs.
Clemens’s claimed remedies for these aches and pains—a chiropractor for his back, plus Vioxx, Aleve, Lidocaine and B-12, taken both orally and via shots—are consistent with the aspirin that pitchers have always taken for late season sore arms.
While nondisabled women may hear this phrase directed to them, whether it is desired or offensive to them, disabled women never hear it.