For most humans, having sexual needs and desires is just a normal part of life. Navigating these desires as a person with disabilities can be complicated. Especially considering the lack of support, conversation, and education around it that is provided. They may be assumed to be asexual, or unable to have sex, or simply have their needs completely dismissed. Someone with one could have a vision impairment or blindness, hearing impairment or deafness, Autism Spectrum Disorder, mental health conditions, a physical disability, an acquired brain injury, the list goes on. Many of which you may never know about just by looking at someone.
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The Ultimate Guide To Sex And Disability
The Ultimate Guide to Sex and Disability
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