Chloe Jennings-White, an intersex woman who has "Body Integrity Identity Disorder." People with this rare condition feel that certain "limbs are not meant to be a part of their body." They "often reject all interventions ... short of amputation or paralysis." Mark Malan, a sexologist who works with her, believes it’s about identity. People with BIID feel, "'If I was disabled in some way or lost a limb, that would be my ideal body image.'" Caption from link
Dealing With Patients | Body Integrity Identity Disorder (BIID) - YouTube
Ashley Anderson is a student at UNI who has cerebral palsy so she has to use a wheelchair to get around. She is interviewed and asked what it's like being on campus and the struggles she goes through. She has to leave her dorm 20 minutes early to get to class on time, she has trouble writing so she can't write notes as fast, boys don't talk to her and she believes its because they're scared of her wheelchair. It's an interesting to hear it from her point of view.