In the first season of Push Girls, the lives of four disabled friends take dramatic twists and turns. Angela challenges society’s concept of beauty as she attempts to relaunch her modelling career. And, as she faces the final separation from her husband (21 Jump Street’s Dustin Nguyen), she also must figure out how a new boyfriend fits into her life. Auti and her husband decide to have a baby, but is she physically and mentally capable of going through with it? Her biological clock is ticking, but will she choose baby or career? The outspoken Auti also experiences drama on her dance team when her strong personality sparks dissension. Once a competitive swimmer, Mia is both excited and anxious to get back in the pool for the first time in over 17 years. She also experiences conflicting emotions in dealing with both her able-bodied boyfriend and her unsupportive mother. If she returns to the singles scene, what will she find out there? Funny and flirty, Tiphany is still trying to find herself. Who does she really want to be with … men or women? Can she even get serious with anyone? While she tries to answer these questions, a return to the site of her accident brings up some difficult emotions. Also meet Chelsie, a young woman recently disabled who the Push Girls have taken under their wings.
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