Disability and relationships: a different way of looking at sex

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Sex and relationships expert, Tuppy Owens, shares an article from her new website, School of Sexwhich aims to educate people on sex and disability by sharing advice and real-life stories. Contributors to the website are sexually experienced disabled people and those who support them: professionals such as sex workers care staff and enablers. She has searched the globe for experienced disabled lovers with a huge variety of impairments, as well as service providers to write for the site. Here, you can read the personal story of Alex, who has MS, about her experiences of learning how to enjoy sex with a disability, plus top tips and resources to help you enjoy it too. A few years later I got married. My husband has always accepted my impairment, and often acts as my carer, too. We enjoy a good sex life and continue to navigate our journey through disability and sex, both of which are a work in progress. To help others through the sometimes difficult world of disability and relationships, I give workshops and talks on the subject. Here, I would like to share some of my experiences of enjoying an intimate and sexual life with a disability, as well as my top tips.

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