Each hat plays a role in her mission, which can be summed up by the excellent hashtag she coined: #disabilityisthenewblack. What I’m doing just feels really right and intrinsically fulfilling and like it’s what I’m meant to do,” says the undeniably glamorous doctor, clad in a black pinstripe suit with fur-topped shiny loafers.Her fashion sense is more obvious than her wheelchair.
Before she grants a person access on the site, she goes through a screening process & does registration over the phone, to help weed~out all the riff~raff & kooks one can find on the net; monitoring conversation & interacting with each person randomly, without being intrusive.
When she does discover negative or suspicious activity by someone, that person is pulled aside & talked to by Louise herself, given a few chances to change their ways, & if things still continue, they are removed.
Due to the lack of most societies knowledge and sexual education, the disabled person's chances of meeting a potential sexual partner are greatly reduced.
However if sex and disabilities was to be discussed more openly in our society today, then people would be much more educated about the topic.
Sexual ignorance is an enormous hurdle for most of us when we are trying to figure ourselves out sexually.