Girls and guys dating
Since I don’t have any control of my waist or legs my shorter right leg kind of swings first and my left drags the floor just a little as it swings through. I am used to people staring at my legs as I am almost always in a skirt or dress. Now I even like to show the leg braces off a little.Sometimes my skirts barely cover the thigh straps on the tops of my braces.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.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.From there they go down to my ankles where I can attach any number of shoes I like to wear.I always feel like my disability is just hanging out there.
It’s really not that much difference, but to make up for it most of my shoes have a built-up sole on the right side, and are one size smaller since that foot is smaller.I have all kinds of shoes from athletic shoes to sandals for the summer.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.When I use my wheelchair I don’t need a pair of shoes with a build-up. The footrests on my chair are in the middle and close together.The right footrest plate is just a little higher to make up the difference in my leg length.
I’ve become used to wearing pantyhose too which I never used to do.