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Push Girls

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Wheelchair-bound women combat stereotypes; some sexuality.

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The series offers a voyeuristic look into the lives of women whose worlds are impacted, but not curtailed by the fact that they are in a wheelchair. It highlights many of the day-to-day challenges they face as a result of being unable to walk and/or move freely, and how they have adapted their lives in order to face them. It also addresses some of many stereotypes that exist about the disabled.

Like many reality shows, it contains its fair share of strong sexual content and relationship drama, but this is tempered with frank discussions about the ways that being paralyzed and in a wheelchair impacts these situations. Overall, it reminds us that the disabled have the same needs, wants, and desires as all people, and demonstrates how these women are not afraid to pursue them.

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