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Individuals with Disabilities Say They, Too, Want a Sex Life, and Seek Help in Attaining It

July 23, 2013

In her sexual fantasies, she is a fit and impetuous blonde who dominates her male partners. In real life, she is a virgin who relies on an electric wheelchair, her body touched only by home care aides and medical personnel. "A disabled person is seen as a child," said the woman in the wheelchair, Laetitia Rebord, 31. "So inevitably, child and sex don't go together." A translator and teacher, she has a genetic spinal muscular atrophy that has left her entirely paralyzed, except for her left thumb and her facial muscles. To read more, click here

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