Dating a person with down syndrome
They will all be together having fun just like any group of friends. IMO, this is ultimately cruel, because of the risk of misunderstanding his intentions.It's different if it's a friend taking them and the friend isnt obviously recording them and using them for points on the internet.Like if say a parents is recording when the friends meet up like any normal parents for memories of the even and not just to post to get views on the internet, that's different. This is hard to talk about too cus people seem to NOT GET how wrong it is. You aren't playing with their emotions, my family member has down syndrome and would be happy to go, not expecting anything in return unlike many people who would have expectations from the person taking them to a prom.He would just be happy to have company and enjoy his experience.Upvoted for unpopular and ignorant opinion not based in fact.This past summer she bought a present and card for her boyfriend. 4th but my girl likes to be prepared way ahead of time. Here she is with her t-shirt and a card for her boyfriend.When we picked up her boyfriend he was wearing his matching t-shirt. Her present to him was a necklace with a key on it. After the gifting they went to a movie and then to dinner.
People go to prom or weddings alone sometimes feel awkward and out of place which is why pseudo dates exist for this exact reason.
If you want to ask a disabled person to prom, do it because you genuinely like them, even if they're just a friend.