My name is Sarah (@impaireddontcare_sarah) and I was born with Cerebral Palsy. Without crutches or a wheelchair, I cannot put one foot in front of the other, without giving the floor a smooch. Growing up, I always ignored my disability to try and defeat it in some kind of way, to prove that I was stronger. However, in 2015 I gave birth to my beautiful daughter. Having my daughter taught me that I cannot 'run away' from myself anymore. I began to realize that my disability was a massive part of me. Cerebral Palsy has made me realize how strong and resilient I am. Despite being told I wouldn't walk, speak or eat. My disability has given e ower and determination. I am powerful enough to raise a queen. She is my biggest and proudest achievement, along with learning to drive. My aim is to show others that despite the challenges we are faced with; we can overcome them and be whoever we want to be. In the future, I'd like to raise awareness for people with disabilities and I'd like to cover the topic of sexuality and disability as I feel this is such a taboo subject, even in 2019. This topic is close to my heart as I feel it's a right everyone should have, but it's so frowned upon for people with disabilities to express.