Women sex dating
“Say someone wants to take you home—that is an awkward f-cking conversation,” Dixon says.“At what point do you let them know that one leg is going to be coming off?As a swimmer, she’d gotten used to using tampons at an early age.
“There wasn’t a lot of [sex ed], especially in rural Canada.
In high school, Dixon wore her prosthetic leg under jeans every day to fit in, but it wasn’t until she was 15, and began competing in Paralympic competitions—where everyone was contending with some type of challenge—that she felt comfortable getting her flirt on.
Still, that confidence didn’t translate to her day-to-day life outside the pool.
But her opponents might.” Dixon stands tall and elegant against the stark white backdrop, her left leg muscular and shapely.
Her right leg is missing, because she was born a congenital amputee.