...I weren't disabled. I always wanted to have a family. I know I'm not going to now. Even if I could find a woman who was into me, if we got married or even lived together I'd lose my assistance from the Government.
I see the people my age with kids, and I get so sad. Oh well. I guess I am lucky I got to be born, for most of history I would've died in the womb. But then I wouldn't have had to be in my mid 30s seeing people have families.
Why isn't social assistance for disabled males enough for them to have families?
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