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The marketing copy makes it clear that “undateable” refers to the attitudes of the population, not to those of the programme-makers. I find it hard to believe these people agreed to take part in the show knowing it would be called ‘The Undateables’ and advertised like this.
It is still parading the disabled for the general mockery of the population in order to make money. If I were one of them, I’d be pretty pissed off the way it treats disabled people as freaks to be gawped at.
@ SMFS “It is still parading the disabled for the general mockery of the population in order to make money. But on a vastly bigger scale.” Very possibly, but I can’t tell that just from the poster. It’s only ok to parade non disabled people for money then is it?Hello Emily, First of all I think it’s a great campaign as disability and relationships need to be open with increased awareness.I am 25 with mild CP I enjoy skiing and going to the gym. I have a small group on friends who all have girlfriends and are slowly getting married.We are a social disabled dating community for Differently Abled women and men to find love, friendship and support in a safe online dating environment.Thousands of handicapped singles login daily to share photos, chat live with webcams, and search 1000's of fellow disabled singles from across the USA, UK and the rest of the world.