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) Fundraise or Donate The need for our services is growing and we want to support as many new amputees as possible to navigate their individual and complex journeys at that critical early stage.You important regular support can help us realise this ambition."My sense of humour in my Tinder bio is so funny, the jokes people send back have me in fits of laughter."People tend to love how open I am and it's definitely helped secure a few dates.Age 24 From Rushden, United Kingdom Online - 2 weeks ago Woman Seeking Man (1342 Kilometers Away) Hi I am Louise I am considered attractive and looking for a fellow below knee amputee I myself lost my leg when I was 6 years old please get in touch Age 63 From Manchester, United Kingdom Online - 2 weeks ago Woman Seeking Man (1458 Kilometers Away) A bit of a contradiction I know but I attend gym every day my arms are very strong an I do stomach crunches, I have had to vary my legt exercises, but I insist I can still do things regardless.Age 33 From Bolton, United Kingdom Online - 2 weeks ago Woman Seeking Man (1470 Kilometers Away) I'm a disabled young woman looking to have some fun with that special someone.Despite not yet meeting the man of her dreams, Mandy feels she’s one step closer thanks to the dating phone app.Mandy, who lives in Colorado, United States, said: “Since my accident happened, humour has been the driving force and it has made my recovery a lot easier.
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