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What wonders polio does to a woman’s body. Each of them are so different. The remaining muscles, the shape of their feet, the scattered bits of function, all make for such individual and unique beauties. Ginger likes to accent her legs in a way that to some will hide her polio and for others only make it more appealing. Her feet are slightly twisted, her ankles are more rigid than flaccid and her thighs hold minimal function; just enough to crawl on her knees rather than have to drag herself on the floor. She likes to wear short skits that almost let you peer up between the thighs. Dark nylons to smooth out any minimal imperfections in her legs and bright red. Oh bright red makes her a 4 alarm fire and when she maneuvers her legs, picking each one up in her hands to tuck them around under her when she’s in her wheelchair, your fire hose will be ready to put out her flames.