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quite informative. to say your friend has this condition, just guessing here....Back when I was 42, I dated a 40 year old woman with a very slight mental disability that I met through the Special Olympics. We know we each have limitations, but we enjoyed going out together.I see some people are uncomfortable with the term retarded but it is still the one enshrined in federal law and until next year in the state law and regulations that guide my work, so I still use that term or MR until it is replaced with Intellectual disability in the next few years.The people I work with span a range of abilities, but I work with people who are married, have children, hold full time jobs, and even own their own homes.They are a minority of my case load, but they are there.Even the people I work with who are high functioning work with me because they need some extra support to help them.Many of the people I work with are the same way, they don't enjoy having their limitations pointed out to them and many of them have endured a long, cruel history where they were teased for being different and have developed some extra sensitivity.
Open upfront communication to make sure he understands your intentions is the key. No, my son doesn't have cerebral palsy, but he is also handsome, intelligent, and confident. He died of an aneurysm that was totally unrelated to his cerebral palsy.There has not been another man who could hold a candle to him.He was a truly special guy, and I miss him very much.Many times, we'd be sitting in a coffee shop and she'd complain there's no love seats, so she'd come sit on my lap instead.
In the Swimming Pool, she started making the moves onto me, feeling my body then the front of my swimsuit, then putting my hands on hers where she wanted to be touched. When her parents found out, they called the Police.But due to my disability giving me a Grade 10 intelligence level (Age 15), I was also declaired under age, so no charges. It would have to be someone who had a slight issue if it was mental.