Updated January 17, 2023
This is a fictional story about a girl who built her own Iron Throne Wheelchair.
It was a beautiful day in Miami, Florida. The sun was shining and the birds were singing. Jane Reagan smiled and enjoyed the fresh air as she was exploring the new neighborhood with her father. Unfortunately, not everyone was as happy as the 8-year old Jane. Three kids were walking down the street when they saw Jane. They laughed and pointed at her wheelchair. “Look at that girl in wheelchair,” one of them said mockingly, “she’s so disabled she has to use a wheelchair.” The other two kids joined in the laughter.
Jane felt embarrassed and frustrated. She always wanted to make a change in her life, but there was nothing she could do about her disability that forced her to be in a wheelchair since she was very young. No one seemed to understand the challenges faced by a little girl in a wheelchair.
Challenges of Being a Girl in Wheelchair
There are many challenges that come with being in a wheelchair. One of the biggest challenges is having to navigate around obstacles. Wheelchairs can easily get stuck in cracks or between furniture. People in wheelchairs also have to be careful when going up or downstairs, as they can easily lose their balance.
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Another challenge is getting around in the rain or snow. Wheelchairs become very slippery in wet weather, and it can be hard to move them around. In the winter, snow can build up on the wheelchair and make it difficult to get around.
People in wheelchairs also often have a hard time finding a parking spot. There are not many handicap parking spots available, and they are often taken up by people who do not need them. This can be frustrating when trying to go out somewhere.
People in wheelchairs often feel left out or excluded from activities. It can be hard to join in with conversations or activities when you are in a wheelchair. This is something that many people have to deal with on a daily basis.
Despite facing all the challenges that come with being a girl in a wheelchair, Jane was brave enough to not worry about them. But this one problem bothered her every time – BULLYING.
The Problem of Bullying
No one deserves to be bullied. It’s an awful experience that can leave lasting physical and emotional scars. Unfortunately, bullying is a very common problem.
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There are many different types of bullying. Verbal bullying includes name-calling, teasing, and taunting. Physical bullying involves hitting, kicking, or any other type of physical abuse. Cyberbullying is bullying that takes place online or through text messages. Unfortunately, Jane had experienced all forms of bullying in her life.
Bullying can have a devastating effect on victims. It can lead to depression, anxiety, and low self-esteem. Victims may also have problems in school and in their relationships with others.
There are several things you can do if you’re being bullied. First, tell someone you trust about what’s going on. This could be a parent, teacher, or friend. You can also report the bullying to your school or the police.
It’s important to remember that you are not alone. There are many people who want to help you. You can get through this tough time and eventually overcome the effects of bullying. Jane would always talk about all of these with her dad and find emotional comfort in knowing she always had him by her side no matter what.
‘Iron Throne Wheelchair’ Inspired by The Game of Thrones
At home, Jane and Mark would occasionally watch the TV Series ‘Game of Thrones’. For the uninitiated, Game of Thrones is an American medieval fantasy television series created by David Benioff and D.B. Weiss for HBO. It is based on the book series A Song of Ice and Fire, written by George R.R. Martin, who serves as a producer, creative consultant, and scriptwriter on the show. The series premiered on April 17, 2011.
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The series is set on the fictional continents of Westeros and Essos and chronicles the power struggles among noble families as they fight for control of the Iron Throne of the Seven Kingdoms. The first season covers the story arc of the novels up to A Dance with Dragons, while the second season covers material from A Clash of Kings.
The series has been met with critical acclaim, winning numerous awards and nominations, including a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series in 2015 and 2016. Its broad appeal has been credited with helping to make fantasy a more mainstream genre.
The Iron Throne is the seat of power in the fictional kingdom of Westeros in the Song of Ice and Fire novels by George R. R. Martin and HBO’s TV series Game of Thrones. It is a large, ornate chair made from iron and swords, with a huge sword-shaped base. The throne was forged by Aegon the Conqueror, the first king of Westeros, in the Valyrian Freehold. Aegon took a thousand swords from his defeated enemies and had them melted down to forge the Iron Throne.
The throne is located in the Great Hall of the Red Keep in King’s Landing. It is used as a symbol of authority by the king or queen of Westeros. The Iron Throne is not a comfortable seat. It is tall and narrow, and the swords that make up the backrest are very sharp. Kings and queens who have sat on the throne have been known to cut their hands and legs on the metal blades.
The Iron Throne is a controversial symbol in Westeros. Some people see it as a tool of oppression, while others view it as a symbol of strength and unity. The throne is often a target of plots and assassination attempts, and many characters have expressed a desire to overthrow the current monarch and sit on the Iron Throne themselves.
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Jane was fascinated by the storyline of the series, especially she loved the ‘Iron Throne’ more than anything. For her, the Iron Throne symbolized strength and authority.
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Jane had an idea – what if she could build an Iron Throne for herself – an Iron Throne Wheelchair!
She immediately shared her idea of the Iron Throne Wheelchair with her dad, Mark. Mark loved the idea, and together they started discussing how they can build the Iron Throne Wheelchair that would make Jane’s dream come true.
Building a chair in the garage was a fun project that they completed in just a couple of days. Here is what they did to complete the ‘Iron Throne Wheelchair’ project as a team:
1. Jane decided on the size and shape of her chair, and also wanted it to be height adjustable.
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2. Mark cut the pieces of wood according to the measurements to create the ‘sword effect’ without making it dangerous or potentially harmful.
3. Together they assembled the chair using some glue, hammer, and nails.
4. Jane was great at painting, so she painted the chair to match the look and feel of the Iron Throne she wanted.
After a couple of days of hard work, working in the garage, Jane finally got her Iron Throne Wheelchair.
She was ecstatic to see the reaction of the neighborhood kids when she went outside in her brand new Iron Throne Wheelchair. The kids were in awe, and everyone requested to take a selfie with her in the amazing new Iron Throne Wheelchair. Jane said she would let them do so, only if they apologized for their previous behavior and promised never to bully or be mean to any other person in their lives. The kids agreed.
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That day, besides making an Iron Throne Wheelchair, Jane also made a few new friends.
Real Life Iron Throne Wheelchair
While we don’t have an image of Jane’s Iron Throne Wheelchair, a user by the id u/patelasaur posted a picture of their version of the iron throne wheelchair, and we love it! See the image below.
My Iron Throne Wheelchair Cosplay
Hey all! I’m going to ComicCon for the 1st time tomorrow and turned my wheelchair into the Iron Throne. I was going for cosplaying as Bran but I don’t think it matched as well as I hoped but I think it was close enough but I don’t want to show that yet. I just wanted to say please feel free to come up and take pictures if you happen to spot me and this wheelchair.Posted by u/patelasaur on Reddit
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