When I asked him why he was so accepting of it (obviously, because I had to know) he said it was not the attitude I have towards it, but the fact that I am confident in myself as a whole.
He compared it to the same situation of women who are self-conscious about their weight.
So, friends, the moral of this story is that we should all be comfortable in ourselves no matter what we think is wrong with us.
Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.
But if the same woman embraces her weight and is comfortable with who she is, her body size doesn’t matter at all. An ostomy is just like anything else you might be self-conscious about; weight, height, hair colour, shoe size, breast or manboob size, anything. Another thing that you can choose to complain about, another thing to feel bad about, and another thing to get in the way of finding yourself a great boy or girl.I even had one guy remember me from an article in the Western Gazette some 2 years ago!While I got messages from guys who had found out the ostomy and still wanted to explore something with me, there were a few guys who didn’t want to actually date me.I know there are genuine men out there, so please don't think I am being negative. OP -- We all have different level of comfort that we're willing to accept.I have had a couple of replies to my profile and as soon as they know what an Ostomate is, they disappeared... Different levels of "weird" we're ready to embrace.