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Nov. 28th, 2014 @ 07:46 pm HELP!
I'm f w/ cp. Never had sex. Since I have enough feeling down there for 3 people it would hurt. I do RP w/ someone, they write then i do. I won't go into details here as it's far too complicated, but it started off as a way of relieving anxiety. My lap feels like it's velvet, my legs feel cold & numb & start to throb/pulse, I keep stiffening then relax, & on occasion I've been known to be incontinent. Minus the incontinence I love the feeling so much. It's happened @ concerts, too. Is it what I think it is?? I thought you had to actually do something for that to happen. How can it happen just through RP ??!!
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Mar. 17th, 2014 @ 01:12 pm Greetings and Salutations!
I just found this community on here. I'm 27 years old and bisexual. I've discovered that it's hard for people to get past my disability when it comes to dating and sex as a whole. It's annoying, but a lot of females cannot get past my disability. Males don't seem to take issue with it. As you can see, I am really open about all kinds of things. Feel free to follow my main journal, and also feel free to comment to my posts.
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Jan. 27th, 2010 @ 07:02 pm introductions and shy waves hello

just found this group/community.
Not sure what to say, or where to start. Currently going thru a bout of depression and emotional anxiety, so my sex levels/drives have pretty much been non-existent lately... hell, for the past month or more.

with the combination of Ehlars Danlos/Fibromyalgia/Arthritis and Cystic Fibrosis, its sometimes hard, which one is the culprit behind some troubles.
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I'm 37, soon to be 38. (shudder... I'm getting old :( ), Live in Ontario,Canada so its not like i don't have access to medical help... i just have to get up the focus and fortitude to go get looked after. .... and thats another issue lol... Focus and Fortitude... lol many of you might be familiar with how difficult it is to focus ona task when your half asleep or can't hold a simple conversation cause you loose your train of thought. Try translating that to sex lol talk about em-bear-ass-ing lol

but anyways.

Single, seeking, damaged. Want me? No? k, i understand. how about some recommendations for types of physicians or specialists then?? THanks. :)

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Jul. 12th, 2009 @ 10:26 pm Excessive Wetness?
Does anybody else with CP find that they are pretty much always very  wet down there ,even when not engaging in sexual activity? I'm asking because I think I heard CP can affect all different glands and things, and none of my AB friends complain of this.
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Apr. 2nd, 2009 @ 01:12 pm LGBT Autism Resources
In honor of Autism Awareness Day, a posting with links and videos for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer intersexual, asexual and queer allied autistic people the "double oppressed" minority.
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Jan. 24th, 2009 @ 03:59 pm Intro!
Hey. I'm just here to introduce myself.

I'm a 24 year old bisexual female with CP.

I use a powered wheelchair.

I love this group!

I love to read and talk about sex openly so this is why I joined
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Jan. 16th, 2009 @ 11:30 am Disability + National BDSM Convention Stuff
Hi everyone!

A bunch of folks are working towards the goal of organizing a national BDSM convention here in Australia. Most of it is happening behind the scenes at the moment and is in the very early stages of collecting information and such.

I'm collecting information from disabled kinky folks, being a disabled kinky person myself.

If you're disabled and kinky (or the partner of someone who is disabled and kinky), I'd really like to hear your opinions on the following:

* What concerns do you have about a national BDSM convention in regards to disability?

* What would you love to see at a national BDSM convention in regards to disability?

* Do you have anything you could contribute to a national BDSM convention in regards to disability and would you be willing to do so? (Australia only unless you're really keen to travel!)

You can leave your answers here in a comment, or you can email me at not.in.denial@gmail.com :)

I'd like to collect as many opinions as possible. Thanks folks!


(xposted like a muscle spasm in my leg)
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Tsuzuki's Open Fly
Dec. 8th, 2008 @ 08:27 pm (no subject)
Hello, been lurking for a while. Thought I would come out of the shadows and explain myself.

I am a 28 year old able bodied woman with a 26 year old husband paralyzed entirely on his right side and an amazing sarcastic 11 year old son.

We knew nothing about MS until the morning of July 3rd this summer. Then my husband literally woke up and tried to step out of bed and fell. He has regained very little of the function of his limbs. He still cannot walk without a cane and has to go downstairs on his butt, and although he can lift his arm he is not able to even write his name or use a remote control.

We have been together for nearly 9 years and have been married almost 6, and although MS isn't any sort of a blessing we have a strong relationship and friendship based on communication and love and common life goals. We understand that this changed our lifepath and we need to figure something else out, and we are fine with that.

We are "fine" with ALMOST everything.

Except the sex.

I get my husband off all the time, orally, and vaginally and any other way under the sun that he wants it. But I have always taken longer to orgasm and I have always been work to get off. And now, well, I feel like i am going to "harm" him more, or stress him out and give him another attack.

This is the first topic of conversation that I haven't wanted to talk to my husband about. I don't want him to feel worse.

We only really tried once. 2 months ago, it was bad. I can't get off while I am on top, and he was trying to pump his hips back and forth and all I could see was the pain on his face and KNOW I was the cause of it. I stopped him and asked him to please just get off of me, that I didn't think I was going to be able to have an orgasm, and he started to cry and said "I can't even please my wife anymore"..... I didn't know what to say.

So after that I started saying I wasn't in the mood EVERY time he approached me, and I get him off. Until this we had a VERY healthy sex life. 2-5 times a week depending on the week, both of us having orgasms, and if one was in the mood and the other wasn't we made a pact a long time ago to also please the other one even when we weren't in the mood. So for a little while he was buying that I just wasn't in the mood.

Now it's two months later and I have had ONE orgasm that I snuck while I was in the shower.

Wow. I didn't realize I was going to explode like that. Evidentally I needed to tell this to something.

But basically, I am here in this community because it seemed like a place were I wouldn't feel alone in my fumbling sexapades.

Cheers - Jessica
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Nov. 3rd, 2008 @ 04:19 pm (no subject)
I am interested in started a zine called ' Our manifesto'. The zine will be an empowering forum where women with disabilities can discuss issues relating to our lives - such as sex, image, motherhood, sexuality, education;etc. and protest agaisnt oppressive societal norms relating to the issue. I use the term 'disability' as an all inclusive term - meaning, (but not limited to) physical, mental, and emotional disability; learning disabilitys; mental illness; etc.The zine will be creative in nature, accepting art, collages, photography, poetry, prose, fiction, etc.Would anyone like to help with the management, etc. of the zine? (I have never put one together before. Looking forward to feedback
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Sep. 1st, 2008 @ 06:52 pm Disability History

Hi everyone!

I did a little searching earlier and couldn't find a community that had anything to do with disability history. The only thing I could find remotely related to it was a bunch of groups dedicated to having no children and neo-Nazi groups. I thought there should be a community on LJ that balanced the scales a little. I think that history is important to any social group, and our's is one that is not well-known nor often discussed. I hope everyone will join Disability History and start a discussion!
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