The Joy of Sex Transcends All

Fri, 07/26/2013 - 12:17
Submitted by Betty Dodson

David Steinberg is a long-term friend whose photography I've admired for years.  When I look at photographs like this of disabled people having sex, it shakes me up.

How can any able bodied person feel badly about themselves for being old, having lop-sided breasts, or being overweight?

The joy of sex transcends all.

Liberating women one orgasm at a time

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Great post

Sun, 07/28/2013 - 09:13
Chef:)) (not verified)

Hi Dr Betty, thank you for posting & keeping up with all that is linked to disabilities. I wish in the photo part there was a small part about their disabilities. It helps when comparing notes. I'm close to getting my implant for nerve pain & back pain. I asked my Dr, since they are going to all this trouble to install this how come it doesn't have a vibrate switch? I got a very blank stare then when I smiled he laughed. I'm switching back to lyrica from Gabapentin. As you know it has been very hard to Orgasim so I have had to learn the art of touch and feel alone & with my wife. A growful journey. Thank you, chef:))

Nice to see that some

Mon, 07/29/2013 - 08:59

Nice to see that some disabled people can have a decent sex life. Don't know if these are geniune couples here or just models. Unfortunately this is quite rare as disabled people are rejected by society. I am completely abled bodied but aspergers has caused me to suffer from involuntary celibacy.  Some people out there find the thought of a disabled person having sex as disgusting. Not enough is being done to promote the fact that disabled people have sexual needs like non disabled people. Disabled people should never have to pay for a sex surrogates or prostitutes who charge enormous fees. Many are on benefits anyway so can't afford it. Its about exceptance of one's body by other people as well as emotional exceptance.

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