I get looked at like im a freak or talk to me online and don't see the chair and everythings fine and they say their cool with me being in the chair.
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When Samantha Renke, 29, is out in a club, she gets guys coming up to her and making comments like: “While you’re down there love…” It’s not just because she’s four foot, but mainly because she’s in a wheelchair.
Renke has what’s commonly known as brittle bone syndrome, meaning her bones break easily and she has to use a wheelchair permanently.
You could tell some boys had egged each other on talk to me in quite a jokey way.” She’s also been out on dates where the other person hadn’t quite known how to act around her disability: “I have stopped going on dates because the person hadn’t thought about things like accessibility.
I haven’t wanted to say I can’t have any drinks because there’s no disabled toilet.
I’ve cancelled the dates to avoid embarrassment.” 'We're like everyone else, OK?