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Sex For ... 4 years 4 months ago #58002

Its a case of "Whatever floats your boat) :whistle: ;)
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Sex For ... 4 years 4 months ago #58005

Yes indeed! Sex is good for you, enjoy it however and whenever you can!
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Sex For ... 3 years 8 months ago #61297

Well i suppose its not NECESSARY, in the sense of breathing and having a pulse IS - however, life would be a damn sight more miserable without it.
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Sex For ... 3 years 8 months ago #61300

Aaah bringing life to dead posts.. :) Tis all good. What was the question now?
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Sex For ... 3 years 7 months ago #61419

the question flying Kidney, was "Is sex necessary for disabled ppl?". Don't choke on your cup of tea there!
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Sex For ... 3 years 7 months ago #61430

LOL Ladyship!! Sex is necessary to everyone it helps connect with others on a personal level, yes it's a little more difficult for disabled people. It's all about finding what's comfortable and fun for you and a little more enjoyable while finding out!! ;)
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Sex For ... 3 years 7 months ago #61440

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Sex helps in a lot of disabilities because

Sex helps in pain

Sex helps in depression.

Sex helps relax muscles

Sex makes you happy.
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Sex For ... 3 years 7 months ago #61441

Absolutely! I quite agree with you both wholeheartedly.
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Sex For ... 3 years 7 months ago #61453

this is not really the question....of course it is good....I think there should be therapists that provide services without a stigma attached...

the real question is that of sex being accepted in a social context for people with disabilities....sex is a powerful thing and while most people in general society feel comfortable partaking in it the person with a disability is seem to be different and may not be able to be respected and or accepted by society.

Also people with disabilities often fear their ability to partake in such activity due to their differences...

I would like to point out that everyone is totally ableuntil proven otherwise....and sex is a healthy and beautiful form of self expression if done in a safe and supportive environment...
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Sex For ... 3 years 7 months ago #61457

Firstly welcome back Sand!! Secondly I can't see why some people have this stigma that all disabled can't have a full relationship with partners?! Our sexual organs aren't disabled as well!! I have a full happy relationship with my husband and I'm disabled! Do we need to go out with sandwich boards publicising it? I won't carry on otherwise I will go into a rant!! :angry: :laugh:
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Sex For ... 3 years 7 months ago #61462

thats what I like to hear....and we are people inside this body....Often society or people within society...it may not be many but they are there....some people do not see the person inside...they simply see the disability.

I have just finished reading a book called GHOST BOY by Martin Pistorius. It is the story of his life. He had a strange condition when he was a child that turned his mind and body off. His mind came back online when he did not respond. For years he was trapped inside with no way of communicating. At one point one of the carers was surre he could understand and got his parents to take him to a clinic where they tested his understanding....his parents then bought him a computer with special communication software...and he began a life.....

but he does explain about people's disgust and resentment of him and other disabled persons.....there are a few who do not see the disability but rather the person inside...but there are so many who do not...it is rather staggering...

it is a beautiful story if you get a chance to read it.....and tells many truths.
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Sex For ... 3 years 7 months ago #61469

Thank you Rhythmsand I will take a look at that book as I run a 'Book Club' on another site and I will suggest it to the other members of the club, we are always looking for good books to read! It just shocks me in this day of age after all the television programmes that show disabled living normal lives that some still believe if you become disabled that's it your life is over! That's so far from the truth! If anything a new life begins, you can do some things you wouldn't dare do when you where able bodied! Go on adventures, do paragliding for instance! :woohoo:
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