I’m not actually disabled, just curious what he would say, but this response from @warriormale is exactly what I had hoped for.
In my opinion, WM represents the perfect example of masculinity that isn’t toxic. A celebration of things that are traditionally manly, while being inclusive and understanding, seeking to lift others up rather than other them or climb on their heads to boost one’s own sense of self worth. I was curious if he would consider non-martial struggles to be their own form of fighting, and he did not disappoint. I have no doubt that WM is an unusual person, but his heart is clearly in the right place. For all of you out there struggling with chronic disabilities, warriormale thinks you’re a fighter.
Also I misspelled muscle degeneration cause I sent this message in a hurry, fug.