Girl tells what it’s like to be disabled

Special to The Acorn

Nicolette Barischoff

School halls, lunch time. A clique of three or so girls congregates against the wall, evaluating male passersby, looking, while trying to make it look like they’re not looking. (Teenage girls are masters of this art.) The girls know each other only casually, but are not shy about making it known when an attractive guy is present. They whisper to one another as a particular specimen walks past. "So hot!" they laugh as the girl in the wheelchair m...

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