Dating a quadriplegic girl
It’s not just that I’m 57: I also live with a disability.
Outside of Granada, Spain, a truck hit the car I was riding in while I slept in the back seat.
I know people have a hard time talking about sexuality.
But I don't."Want more of Bustle's Sex and Relationships coverage?
She, and other women with disabilities, may be in a wheelchair, but that doesn't make her any less sexy or worthy of love.
It is time that we construct a new narrative surrounding what it means to be a disabled female, one that embraces the beauty and diversity of all women, as well as their dignity and autonomy as sexual beings.
Society tends to view disabled people as limp, asexual beings who are devoid of any sexual desire or need for intimacy.
In a split second your relationships change, your job, your finances, your home, your clothes, your independence.“Why waste your time harping on insignificant things?” she asks, “Believe in defining your life by the positive moments and not the negative.”I sat down with her to talk about an issue that many people wonder about, but are too afraid to discuss due to misconceptions: her sex life.We like to keep it spicy by playing with multiple positions like from the side or from behind.We tried me on top but that was a little too much work.""I think people wonder why I'm so open to talk about sexuality in the media, but let's be real, if society thinks we aren't capable of being sexy and intimate then it's a barrier for men and Women in my situation when it comes to finding relationships.
One moment gone terribly wrong and it’s all different. ", she made the decision to move forward in her life with positivity and determination.