The bottom line of my story is women with disabilities should have access to every human rights including rights to marry and build a family of their own. In our patriarchic society, especially in Southeast Asia, where I'm from people are stigmatic to the idea of a girl with disabilities' getting married. Because it is likely that women do all the household chores and a girl with disabilities might not be able to do all of them. However, sometimes they are little bit tolerant towards men with disabilities but not women with disabilities. I faced the same situation but, I would say luckily, I found a man who did not see my disability rather my personality. Then we fell in love, got married, and have our own family now.
I would like to say, disability should not be considered as a barrier towards achieving goals and living a full life. People with disabilities themselves should try to accept it positively and try harder to achieve what they can considering their overall situation and resources available. Other people, family members, and society as a whole should perceive and accept disabled people as human beings and support in discovering the potential in them. I think, mental acceptability/accessibility is equally important as physical accessibility. I believe that's how disability justice would be ensured and the world would be more inclusive.
I have shared a link for a YouTube video on my full story, my story of physical and mental transformation and my resilience.