Disability devotee; a person who has a preference for people with disabilities, often as a sexual attraction. My first encounter was when I was still in rehabilitation. I posted a photo of myself in a wheelchair. Someone send me a message on my instagram asking for very personal questions. Another requesting pictures of my 'dead feet'. More of these requests followed but I kept ignoring and deleting. Research I didn’t understand why people are attracted to the paralyzed body.
When I became paralyzed I continued to post pictures of myself on Instagram. I did not feel shame about moving around in a wheelchair. It happened, life goes on. Other aspects of being disabled worried me more. One thing that no one told me about is the 'devotees' who are turned on by women (or men) who are disabled (paralyzed). My disability became an invitation for devotees The Shock I got messages on my social media accounts from guys who said to be attracted by my paralyz
A few days ago I woke up and while trying to get out of bed, during the transfer from my bed to my wheelchair I noticed one of the tires was flat. I could barely roll. I had to get ready for work but I couldn’t even get properly to the bathroom. I couldn’t make a transfer because the brake also didn’t work. That isn’t really safe. It took a couple of hours before It got fixed and I was able to roll again. These wheels are my legs. Right on time it got fixed so I could perform
Traumatic spinal cord injury (SCI) has devastating consequences for the physical, social and vocational well-being of the injured person. Living with a spinal cord injury means there is a never a day off. I know having a spinal cord injury is difficult but it brought the best out of me as well. We always have a choice, the way we think has influence on our behavior and surroundings. I often say I don't have a choice, when someone asks me how do I do it, living independent whi