The important thing is to focus on the person and the connection, not the impairment.'Emily, who is an accessibility consultant for disability charity Enhance The UK, says she enjoys a healthy intimate relationship with Rob, who she met while on a charity trip with Journey of a Lifetime Trust (JOLT) to Southern Africa when they were both 16 years old.
They deserve to be appreciated for the beautiful, sensual women they are.
Don’t make the mistake of believing the negative stigmas associated with being disabled and using a wheelchair.
Often impaired bodies are regarded as a subversive source of sensual-ism with intrinsic appeal.
An impairment provides a kaleidoscope of beauty beyond those embodied in cultural norms.
They have a strong desire to be loved cherished and respected as much as any able-bodied woman.