People Are Purposely Becoming Disabled By Choice And Calling Themselves ‘Transabled’

Can you imagine feeling like an arm or leg is not your own or daydreaming about being blind? Some people are becoming disabled by choice and calling themselves “transabled.”

Body integrity identity disorder (BIID) is a rare psychological condition that makes healthy individuals feel like they’re supposed to be disabled. There is no known cause of the disorder and, as of now, the only treatment is therapy.

Many with BIID suffer in silence, but others take matters into their own hands. Some even go as far as to injure and disable themselves on purpose.

Chloe Jennings-White has dreamed of being paralyzed since she was a little girl. She’s even found a doctor who is willing to permanently paralyze her, but she’s unable to afford the surgery.

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Throughout her life, the woman has turned to self-harm in an attempt to become disabled. These days, the research scientist relies on leg braces and a wheelchair to make her feel more comfortable in her body.

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