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Monday, November 1, 2010

Sexuality Matters: Pillow Talk, Positions, PCAs


By Lizzi McNeff and Mitch Tepper


November 2010

New Mobility is considering digitizing its sexuality archives, including the popular print-magazine column “Love Bites.” Sex info never goes out of date, right? Let us know if you’d like to see more questions and answers like these from 1997 posted online.
Q. The most satisfactory sexual experiences I’ve had are with other people with disabilities. That’s fine, but how can I convince potential nondisabled partners that I have a libido and a responsive body?

A. If you want to become romantically or sexually involved with a nondisabled person, you may have to take the more active role in initiating the relationship. Open two-way communication about the relationship and your disability is what’s needed. The goal is to help your intended partner shift the primary focus to you as a person, and let your disability become a secondary part of the relationship.

But you may encounter a reluctance to talk openly about your sexuality. Here are some questions that can help with addressing this delicate subject:






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