The “People Power” Love/ Lust Superbook: Book 33. Love, Sex, Disabilities (Mentally & Physically Challenged People Have Normal Feelings & Urges)

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Just because anyone is disabled doesn’t mean they can’t have sex or don’t think about it. The sexuality is still there. In some cases, the tools might be damaged but the brain still releases neurotransmitters and hormones that relate to sex drive so the thoughts are still there even if the penis or vagina have been damaged in some way. The sex for disabled people advocates say: Be yourself. Have fun. These are all positive signs that you’re approachable and will help lead to social encounters and eventually a healthy relationship if that’s what you want but there are no guarantees in love for anyone, disabled or not. People without disabilities generally have misconceptions about disabled people and sex such as: People with a disability don’t think about sex. They don’t have sex much. If they do, their babies will be born with a disability. The big issue is the general segregation between non-disabled and disabled people in life in... More > general.< Less
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April 26, 2014
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