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This is the story of how I met Jeff and our first date together. Jeff doesn’t seem to mind dating paraplegic girls or that I’m handicapped. I still can’t believe, if I wasn’t running late for work that day, we may have never met.
I've seen it on t-shirts spread out on the tummies of little smiling black girls, showing all of their teeth. As someone who has lived with the chronic, incurable illness MS for almost ten years, I know that illness and disability can make the person who has it feel like a failure.
These are statements and images of pride in blackness and girlhood, created and celebrated by black women and girls, and that's a positive thing. No matter what doctors, friends and family members say–no matter what the scientific establishment says, she can carry around a sense that she did something wrong.
I work in a big wheelchair friendly office building where I have to go from room to room a lot.
just released its February issue, celebrating the "#Black Girl Magic Class of 2016." I first noticed the popular term "Black Girl Magic" as a hashtag on Facebook and Twitter, attached to posts by girlfriends celebrating themselves, their loved ones, their babies, their lives.
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.
But one attitude I'll never take on is the idea that I can be a "magical black woman." That somewhere within me is some black girl magic. Everything inside and outside of me is flesh and bone and a nervous system (with bad signaling). But there's something else that rubs me the wrong way about the phrase "black girl magic," something less personal.Having a large community of African American singles at your fingertips makes it easy and fun to connect with other singles in your area.Black People Meet’s mission statement is “Creating Relationships.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.I’ve have long flowing hair over a pretty face and large breasts over a tiny waist.