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Once again, some of the responses are so blunt and bigoted that it's startling, and all of it is said right to Ryan's face. But it does end on a message of hope and comes complete with a twist that I won't spoil here.This solo show is an extension of the senior project he did for his theater degree, and he further perfected it under the mentorship of famed performance artist and gay activist Tim Miller. As Ryan admits, he still doesn't have all the answers when it comes to dating while gay and disabled. So I sincerely hope that Huff Post readers in NYC will head to Dixon Place this week to see it.A potential hook up rejects Ryan after he reveals he has cerebral palsy.When he goes to a gay club for the first time in NYC, a man he tries to flirt with bursts into tears when he sees Ryan using his walker.At that age, he was, of course, adorable, but also a stunning performer.A while after I graduated from college, we became friends on Facebook, but I only got a glimpse of what he was doing with his life.I’ve met all the dads so far, and my current favorite is Craig, a sporty, reformed frat bro who’s settling into his new role as a divorced, mature(ish) dad.He regularly pantomimes a voice for River, the wide-eyed tot strapped to his chest. I’m not down with his fratty masculinity — he’s bound to have “masc4masc” in his I’m only a couple of hours into my first playthrough, so we’ll see how things go.

But if you choose the wrong responses in conversation, they might not return your affection. The whole conceit of the story is that you’re a single dad who’s moving to a new neighborhood with Amanda — and, in the process of getting to know the new digs, meet a bunch of hot dads.How many able-bodied gay men would ask out a disabled gay man? Haddad, 23, has struggled with for most of his young adult life.Ryan has cerebral palsy; he wears braces on his legs and uses a walker.Other guys he fools around with make it a point to never let Ryan forget about his disability.One tells him, "With all your problems, you'd be lucky to take whatever you can get!

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