Thursday, October 8, 2015

A new guide was made about women disabilities and sexual health

Find it here

This is often very important as disabled people are often not viewed as sexual beings. I have talked about this before here.

I for many years in my life didn't want to think that my disability made me any different, I could do anything.

I used to have arthritis in my chest it was very painful (I still get some pain from time to time) I was more worried about that happening then I was about my CP with sex that I was like hey I should research that as well, I did for bit and its good to be aware.

For me personally it changes per partner, what I can do and being understanding.

My current partner is wonderful. Sometimes my leg starts to hurt and we'll switch. We've tried different things one time I thought I was going to fall off the bed and we just laughed, it was wonderful ;)

I have also been able to do things I didn't know I could, and its amazing to find this person that I get to learn and discover and explore and it makes me feel better in this situation, I don't even think he knows these things, I am just saying "YOU GO GIRL" in my head the whole time lol.

I think its a lot harder for me to go to the OBGYN where they didn't understand a lot and asked a lot of what I thought was stupid questions, When I told my doctor she was understanding and found me someone better to go to.

Its important to go though to the OBGYN for your health.


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