For people with disabilities, having sex can seem difficult, or even impossible, and the emotional and mental cost of that can be devastating. Adding to that, society often completely ignores the sexual needs of people with disabilities, preferring to assume that it is secondary and unimportant. We think sex is for everyone, and we spend every one of our days proving that. At Sportsheets, our mission is to help everyone enjoy the intimate thrills of sexual relations. We know the toll that not being able to be close to our partners can take on a relationship and our sense of self, and we want to ease that toll and bring couples closer together. Our goal is to create products that can enable passion from any angle, regardless of disability.
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The IntimateRider is a disability sexual aid that helps you achieve a natural, fluid movement for an improved sexual experience with your partner. The chair is covered with comfortable denier nylon and has a sturdy back for stability and comfort. Precision bearings provide smooth movement that feels natural, not mechanical, and require only minimal upper body motion to attain movement. The IntimateRider was designed by a quadriplegic and can be used by many people with spinal cord injuries and other physical limitations. Spinal cord injuries vary depending on the person and the type of injury. Paraplegia typically causes loss of movement and sensation in the torso and legs, where quadriplegia can impact the torso, arms and legs.
Guide to Sex with Disabilities
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Sex is an essential and healthy activity for almost everyone, and there are plenty of ways to have amazing sex in accessible positions. Whether you have limited mobility due to age, injury, or another condition, this guide will teach you everything you need to know about the top positions for disabled sex. Stay tuned at the end for additional tips for making sure things stay hot and heavy as well! Because societal views of sex are predominantly normative , people without the full use of their legs and hips, such as those with disabilities and seniors , are often viewed as asexual or non-sexual beings. This problematic assumption can create barriers and make it more difficult for people to form sexual partnerships due to internalized concepts of asexuality.