• Articles,  Sex & Disability

    An orgasm a day triggers a flare.*

    I had sex on Wednesday. It was the type of sex where you just fall into it. It starts with some kissing, a little fondling and the next thing you know, you need to fuck. You don't care what happens to your body, you just know that there's a deep, visceral need to fuck. ... can someone tell past me…

  • Articles,  Sex & Disability

    2020, the year I stop masturbating.

    I've had a bit of a revelation. So, let’s talk about my relationship with masturbation. I like orgasms. I really like them. However, because my body is complicated having an orgasm isn’t straightforward. Orgasms cause pain, exhaustion, and occasionally these effects that last for weeks. I really wish I was joking, but I’m not. Orgasming can truly fuck me up,…

  • Articles,  Disability

    “Good for Disabled People”

    “Good for Disabled People” This gets a whole section and a soapbox. This section was originally within my review of the Rocks Off Ruby Glow toy, however as soon as it reached 800 words I knew I had to split it all up. 2,000 words is far too much to easily read in one sitting.  So, I know the Ruby…

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    Body positivity when living with multiple chronic illnesses.

    Body positivity when living with multiple chronic illnesses. I’m going to start off by saying that body positivity doesn’t come easy. Not that I think it comes easy to anyone, but it’s really easy to hate your body when it doesn’t do what you want it to do on a near-constant basis. It’s also really easy to gain a negative…

  • Guides,  Sex & Disability

    5 Ways to Feel Attractive During a Symptom Flare

    Aka, “I’m experimenting with ways to make myself feel moderately human again.” I feel rotten. I don’t feel attractive, and I definitely don’t feel sexy. Last night, I told that to my partner. He’s a good egg. He reassured me I’m still attractive, and had my hips been willing he would have definitely had sex with me. But, my brain isn’t quite…

  • Guides,  Sex & Disability

    Let’s Talk Sex and Disability

    Let’s Talk Sex and Disability What I want to do, and what my disability allows me to do are two very different things. Let’s talk about sex and disability. When you put me down on paper there are a million and one things I physically can’t do – my body just doesn’t function like the stereotypical ‘normal’. Like I mentioned in my…

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