That game about dating disabled girls

Her right leg is missing, because she was born a congenital amputee.

“It looks like I was designed to have one leg, like a mermaid’s body,” she says.

Despite his difficulties, Hisao is able to find friends - and perhaps love, if he plays his cards right.

Despite the premise, the entire subject is handled very tastefully and the characters manage to break free not only from any stereotypes associated with their disabilities, but also from many of the typical Dating Sim cliches, resulting in a surprisingly well-written (and often emotional) tale.

Dixon looks every bit the poised, self-possessed Olympian, and she was—except for one area of her life in which she felt painfully insecure.

I even married a man I desperately loved, [who] immediately pressured me to apply for his green card and when he became impatient [waiting for it], emptied my bank account, maxed out my credit cards to the tune of ,000, bought a one-way ticket back to his home country with my credit card, and ransacked my apartment while I was in a deposition one day.Men who can't part from their mothers, men who cried like children at the drop of a hat, men who were one-minute men or selfish in bed, men who couldn't get a job, and grown men who still lived at home with their parents. On dating able-bodied men: The struggle is the sense of feeling inferior, particularly with regard to his family or friends.Hearing others praise your boyfriend for being such a saint to date the crippled girl and constantly trying never to burden my boyfriend with anything, for fear he would think that I'm a burden."Katawa" [片輪] is actually a Japanese word meaning "imperfect" or literally, "one wheel" (not a polite word to use, it has about the same connotations as "crippled." See Intentionally Awkward Title below).The concept is based entirely on a single-page omake by doujinshi artist RAITA (aka the character designer for Valkyria Chronicles).

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