This has to be one of the strangest stories I’ve heard in a while: Chloe Jennings-White, a 61-year-old chemist from Salt Lake City, Utah, is perfectly healthy, but identifies as ‘transabled’ and prefers to live life in a wheelchair.
Yes, you read that right.
The official name for this condition is Body Integrity Identity Disorder.
Jennings-White wears leg braces to give herself a “paraplegic feel” and claims that she’s dreamed of this since she was a child.
When she was only 9-years-old, Jennings-White rode her bicycle off of a stage that she had set up in a park with the sole intention of breaking her back and becoming paralyzed.
It didn’t work, and she realized that she could’ve been paralyzed from the neck down, which was not her intent.
Jennings-White only wishes to be paralyzed from the waist down.
Jennings-White hopes to have a surgery done where her sciatic and femoral nerves will be severed, but obviously she can’t find a doctor to perform the procedure.
The story has made a lot of people pretty angry.
Because who would choose to be disabled?
And this is taking the focus from people who do have disabilities.
I mean, it’s just not something you should want to be.
And even more
Weirrrrddddddddd… right? I mean… this isn’t really a thing, right? RIGHT?!?!!? Tell me this isn’t a thing!
Okay, so that’s enough from me… what do you think about this “trend”… if you can even call it that.
Let us know in the comments!