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GUY SLEPT WITH DISABLED GIRL, WHO WAS “MINDBLOWING” IN BED BUT FEELS GUILTY

Basically about 9 months ago I met a girl off a dating app, who completely hid the fact that 18 months prior suffered a stroke leaving her paralysed in her legs and most of her arm and in a wheelchair.

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Already when we matched she wasn’t my type but her comment on my profile was witty so I matched with her anyway.

I was quite shocked when I saw the motorised wheelchair, but decided to give her a chance and continued with the date.

The date went well however I noticed that she struggled a bit with talking for long stretches because of her stroke and she said that it was like trying to think after doing a 18 hour shift but all the time.

by the second date, she invited herself up to my home where we made out and took things further. I was the first guy she’d been with since the accident since most guys would ghost her once they saw the wheelchair, so she hadn’t been with any guys in over 2 years. She said she hadn’t really given “b” jobs before, but when I say this girl was a master, it was the truth. She was mindblowing.

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Her throat game was unbelievable.. I swear she didn’t stop for air for at least 45 seconds at some point, and she completely loved every second of it.

I remember it was so good she had me scratching my forehead, over my eyes, down to my cheeks and when I “came”, I think my soul left my body, to which she stopped, stuck out her tongue, swallowed it and told me “you’re not done yet”, and then continued until I came yet again super quick like 3 mins later.

We kept seeing each other a couple of more times, unfortunately, she wanted a relationship. and I really contemplated having one with her but something felt wrong being with her, with her brain difficulties.

I felt like if it was only physical disabilities, it’s not really a deal breaker, but I felt like that there was such a large mental gap it felt predatory, I know in my heart and actions I was nothing but respectful and treated her like a genuine human being putting aside her disabilities.

But the mental difference wasn’t something I could get over personally. It felt like i was doing the wrong thing with an imbalanced power dynamic between us. even though I did nothing wrong technically, it felt wrong to me, So I ended it and stopped seeing her.

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Was I wrong to break up with her? Or was I wrong to even go out with her in the first place?

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