volunteer at organizations that assist blind or mute girls.
spoiler alert: they arent actually animated or cute. the cute ones tend to have already gotten a partner cuz they latch on fast.
>having the opportunity to be kind would help me
thats pretty fucking selfish that the only way you can be 'kind' is if ur banging someone with a disability anon. you have the opportunity to be kind everyday. but it seems you choose not to be.
It's not like that. It's that when someone needs something it's more accepted to help. It comes off as pampering in most relationships. I really like helping. But people have gotten mad at me for it before. It even ended a relationship (or maybe that was just an excuse). If I had someone who actually needed my help with things that'd be much easier because there's a larger amount of kindness I can give before they think I'm overbearing.
I hadn't thought of disabled people. I was thinking mental issues usually because that's what I want to do the most. It's fine for me to help someone walk around or communicate with strangers but I'd much rather love a person a lot. I'm needy I guess.
Are you actually trying to single out that specific game? I mean, are you aware of the genre at all? Like... I mean... are you implying that any of them are at all supposed to be documentary material?
I am saying the fact that this particular dating sim was popular on the boards for some time was/is indicative of the skewed views that anons hold.
>disabled pretty girl
So they can feel like a good person and date someone who'd be above their league if they weren't disabled.