My favorites though are the high heels I wear at work. My right leg is also a little shorter than my left one, another part of my disability.
My right leg just stopped growing when I was about 13 and my left leg continued to grow until I was about 17.
Being in a rush, I decided to go in my wheelchair, without the leg braces I usually wear.
I am a paraplegic, paralyzed from just above my waist down to my feet.
'When I first went on Tinder, I just thought, "OK, I'm a nice person, I'm not bad-looking, I've got a good career", but then I felt like I had to view myself as a disabled person instead.' She is pretty used to it by now, and has found that it doesn't stop her from having a normal, happy life; she travels, has a good job in public relations, and lives by herself.
She has had an active love life, too, mostly dating guys whom she meets in person first.
I’ve have long flowing hair over a pretty face and large breasts over a tiny waist.
It’s much easier than getting a wheelchair through crowded hallways and elevators.
The braces start at the tops of my thighs and go down to knee locks so I can bend my legs if I’m sitting.
" And I wanted to say, "Of course I can, a*****e,"' she said.
'I seriously can't tell you how many Tinder guys asked me that as soon as I mentioned the wheelchair.' She found that she came up against the same reactions across the board, whether she was living in LA, Boston, or New York.