Every year young girls who use wheelchairs become the next line of fierce disabled women, and the latest girls to blossom into strong, proud women are making some awesome videos full of spunk and strong opinions; spectacular videos the world needs to see.
From calling out people on things that annoy them to showing some surprising sexuality despite the presence of a wheelchair, here are three fresh videos from female wheelchair-users who show us we have a bright future to look forward to full of strong disabled movers and shakers. Read this entry
Resilient is her middle name.
Chelsie has only been a paraplegic since 2010, and she’s given hundreds of speeches at high schools about her story, and is one of the stars of the reality show Push Girls. Read this entry
Meet Ali Stroker, the first woman in a wheelchair to land a leading role in a professional musical, who’s also a contestant on the The Glee Project. Read this entry
What some people are calling Dirty Dancing on wheels, Musical Chairs is a romantic comedy set in the world of wheelchair ballroom dancing, directed by Susan Seidelman of Desperately Seeking Susan. Read this blog
A must-must-must see if you haven’t yet: The Colours ‘N’ Motion hip-hop wheelchair dance troupe. A trio of fearless females who are redefining dancing, transforming what wheelchairs are capable of.