Trans-anything-ism. And doctor’s breaking their Hippocratic Oath to “do no harm.”
If given the option, would anybody in their right mind, live their whole life in a wheelchair? Perhaps not.
But this 61-year-old chemist from Salt Lake City, Utah wishes to accomplish that and has dedicated to living her life like a disabled.
Chloe Jennings-White is a perfectly normal, active woman with a perfect pair of functioning limbs.
She envisions herself as a paraplegic and likes living in a wheelchair—not because she needs it but because she likes it.
Using leg braces that lock her knees, she identifies herself as a transabled. But whenever she feels the need to ascend a fleet of stairs, she simply steps out of her wheelchair and uses her feet to walk up. Ski rides and 12-hour hikes isn’t a task for her as Chloe does it easily without any assistance. However, it isn’t what makes Chloe happy. Being a paraplegic is what truly makes her happy from within.
— CBC Radio (@cbcradio) June 11, 2015