"People with disabilities simply want to be treated like everyone else.”
It can cross difficult terrain that typical wheelchairs cannot.
Dancer Chelsie Hill proves that her disability doesn't define her.
"The sea is the limit."
Let the good times roll.
And he even has a service dog!
"Our mission is to build for every kiddo in a wheelchair," Ryan Weimer tells HuffPost Live.
Boys in Chairs: Body Image, Boyfriends, Sexuality and Self-Image -- What It's Like to Be Inside Our Intersectionality
To our potential suitors: Please remember that we too are often scared of how you'll react to our disabilities, and we are constantly dealing with the echoes of systemic oppression.
Why are we intentionally making things so much harder for those who already have more to deal with because of their disabilities, injuries, and/or limitations? It's just like kicking someone when they are already down!
If you've said any of these, don't feel bad (unless you've stolen a handicap parking spot!). We aren't angry or offended, but we want people to understand.