Touching Base developed out of the need to assist people with disability and sex workers to connect with each other, focusing on access, discrimination, human rights and legal issues and the attitudinal barriers that these two marginalised communities can face. Information for people with disability or their carers on how to access the sex industry and the Touching Base Referral List is contained in the Clients section of this website. There are also links to order our unique resources for people with disability.
Quality of life products can improve sexual mobility and enable disabled individuals to have an active sex life. Improve sexual mobility also leads to better mental health, relationship strength, and overall well-being of disabled individuals. The IntimateRider was created by a gentleman who is C quadriplegic to improve the quality of his own personal life and ultimately the lives of many other couples who live with the effects of a disability worldwide.
A disabled year-old girl was battered by a girl gang after reportedly refusing to perform a sex act. The victim had been missing for five days before a family member reported her disappearance on Tuesday. Later the same day, she was found by her father and a community activist called Stringer Harris, police said.
McReynolds, who has severe cerebral palsy, represented Australia at the Paralympics in the sport of boccia, which is similar to bocce. Still, in her words, she relies on others to do everything for her. The same goes for sex.
Disabled people have needs and desires just the same as anyone else. Read these 5 tips to get your sex life back on track, from simple flirting tips to using sex toys. Disabled sex aid shop The Pleasure Garden explains how BDSM — bondage, discipline, sadism and masochism — could help anyone with a disability enjoy sex freely.
By Sabine Walter, Pierre A. For many people with disabilities, perhaps the most difficult part of sex is finding a partner; others lose their partner after they become disabled. Both are very, very difficult circumstances.
What social and health-system constraints do disabled women face in realising their sexual and reproductive desires and rights? Disabled women, in particular, are more likely to be poorer and have lower socio-economic status. In the context of sexual, reproductive and maternal health, they have been ignored in research and programming in Africa.
Self-concept refers to how individuals see themselves in the world. For example, people refer to themselves as male, female, smart, not so smart, attractive, unattractive, sexy, undesirable and so on. We learn who we are by the messages we receive from our families, friends, church, culture, educators and the media about how to see ourselves, messages that tell us how people should behave if they want to fit into society.