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As I got older, family and friends would say things like, “Oh, you should try a dating site for people with disabilities.” They meant well, thinking it would be easy for me to relate to someone who understood what I was going through. I heard this message that there’s no way an able-bodied guy could ever fall for me, so I should just stick to “my people.” Did they mean that? How many times has it been the other way around on TV or in movies, where a woman in a wheelchair falls in love with an able-bodied male and it's some unrequited-love situation?

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Most men say I’m attractive but are not interested in dating paraplegic girls or dating wheelchair girls in general.

I guess it’s just hard for some men to commit to a relationship with a handicapped girl.

I work in a big wheelchair friendly office building where I have to go from room to room a lot.I am a paraplegic, paralyzed from just above my waist down to my feet.I have been a paraplegic since I was a little girl. My legs are very thin and flaccid, but I still think of myself as attractive, even sexy.My parents raised me to be independent and fearless, and they had a way of normalizing my disability; as I grew up, it became something I didn't even notice. Women with disabilities exist beyond mere props used to teach some worldly lesson.I may have had a disability, but So as someone obsessed with all things pop culture, I naturally figured it wouldn't be a big deal to have female characters with disabilities living, working, and loving on the screen. After all, there are around 27 million women with disabilities in the United States, but a recent report from GLAAD found that broadcast programming saw a decrease in characters with disabilities over the last two years, from 1.4 to 0.9 percent—and that percentage includes both male and female characters, making the actual number of female characters even lower. Having someone who looks like you and faces the same issues you do is so important.