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On her left arm, Twitch streamer LittleNavi has a tattoo of WASD, the four keyboard keys PC gamers typically use to move their characters. Its ironic, though, because my left hand is the hand that has lost the most function over the years, says Lorelei, who goes by LittleNavi online to preserve her anonymity.
She was diagnosed in her 20s with relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis, a chronic condition that affects her central nervous system. I remember thinking, I cant believe I got a tattoo of the WASD keys, and I dont know if Im ever going to be able to use the WASD keys again.
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