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American guys who have any kind of disability whether it be autism, ADHD, cerebral palsy, Down's syndrome, wheelchair bound, anything that affects or eliminates their ability to hold a job may as well chop off their genitals, gouge both their eyes out, and burn them all in a fire. Not only does moving to a friendlier country like the Philippines, Mexico, Brazil, Indonesia, and such carry a 4 to 5 figure price tag, far out of reach of people with disabilities who can not work, but there is NO Social Security/SSI/SSDI or pensions for people with disabilities in any of the countries so popular with this website. Not in Mexico, not in the Philippines, not in Indonesia, not in Brazil, not in Fiji, not in Taiwan, not in China, not in Cuba, not in Haiti, not in Venezuela, not in Honduras, not in Costa Rica, not in Thailand, not in Malaysia, not in New Guinea, not in Vietnam, not in Russia, not in Mongolia, not in Ukraine, and not in India. The countries listed here also have no services whatsoever for persons with disabilities. No respite care, no physical therapy, no group outings, nothing. Really in fact, it appears only the Anglosphere countries (America, Australia, the United Kingdom, etc) have something for people with disabilities. And by the way, people with disabilities are the #1 most hated and alienated people in America. So therefore, the only way a disabled American man can at least stave off his burning passion for women and marriage is to chop off his genitals, gouge both his eyes out, and burn them in the backyard fire pit.
I respectfully disagree.
The cheaper prices outside the Anglo sphere allow men with disabilities to hire live in maids or support loving girlfriends who are happy to trade security for bodily care.
Transfer your benefit money from your home bank to your foreign bank and you're good to go.
Even US$1000 a month can support a family well in second world countries. Hiring carpenters to build ramps and other home adaptations is relatively cheap and a good investment. The key is to have some local knowledge of prices and not pay tourist prices.
Filipinas are culturally great care givers and there is pretty good medical care in Thailand.
Can't you just hire a hooker from time to time? They will service the disabled and it might be cheaper than dating the regular way. Certainly will be cheaper than going to the countries you mentioned.
Last edited by Voyager1 on October 11th, 2016, 5:51 pm, edited 1 time in total.
For some guys its not just about sex. Paying for sex is the easy part but it leaves you empty and unfullfilled.
What they are actually looking for is someone to actually care for them. I know guys here are jaded with love or even marriage but as people we still crave true connection.
What does he expect? A swimsuit model?
Can't he find connection with other disabled people? Maybe there's a female who is disabled and seeks companionship just like him.
Surely there are matchmaking services for the disabled. He should look into that.
How is his expectation different from expat guys looking for love over seas? What i mean is you have western guy who maybe 5 at best thinking if he goes overseas can get a 9 .
Re-read Voyager's question. You'll find your answer there.
Self-improvement addict. Always striving for perfection.
You could do that or perhaps you could introduce yourself to mother thumb and her four daughters. Doesn't matter to me.
I just have one name Sean Stephenson .
Okay, let's say that you can't leave America. Then move to an American city close to the border with Mexico that has red light districts and brothels on the other side of the border (like Tijuana) or to an American city close to the border with Canada that has red light districts and legalized prostitution across the border. Certain areas of Canada have legalized prostitution.
Then collect your disability money, live in the free housing provided by the government, get your free food stamps, and try to do some kind of internet online work or job on the side and collect the money under the table so it isn't legally accounted for (and thus not taxable) and that should net you an extra 500 to 1000 or maybe more dollars a month.
Then you cross the border into Mexico or Canada once a week, or maybe twice a month, and go f**k a hot prostitute, and come back.
It's really not such a bad lifestyle when you think about it. You're basically living free off the government, and doing some online job 2 or 3 hours a day and making an extra 500 or 1000 dollars in untraceable, untaxable money, and you get to f**k hot prostitutes once a week.
Is it really such a bad life? It's certainly a better life than the lives of men who are trapped in sexless marriages, and who have to work their ass off to support their ungrateful wife and children.
Oh yea, and spend your free time playing MMOs online.
Tell me this is such a bad life? Would you rather go live in a 3rd world country and dig ditches for 3 dollars a day?
I have to give the PETRO $ this, this is the most socially engineered country because of it and it allows a society that does not pull it's own a$$ to be subsidized by those who do plus carry ours on top of that.
As soon as it's undone coming up the rest of America will join you because we as a whole don't know how to do $hit anymore, it's nothing a major die off won't fix.......
Time to Hide!
Moving even just to Mexico, Canada, Costa Rica, or Honduras costs at least $8,000 to $10,000. No person with a disability can possibly afford that. A move to the Philippines can cost much higher, as much as even $25,000 one way! Especially when you count the cost of obtaining citizenship, air fares, cargo ship fees, and all else. An average disabled person in America gets about $675 a month, much of which is spent on food, shelter, room & board, and medical/doctor bills. And as far as I know it, a person with a disability moving to another country from America can never take his benefits, including his SSI or SSDI, with him. Especially if the disabled man never worked before.