Tag "Disability and Relationships"

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Proof that disability doesn’t mean love isn’t possible

Wading through disabled dating sites can become depressing. But there are success stories. Disability Horizons’ very own Chris Cusack is living proof of that. So, for love month, we’ve asked

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8 accessible sex toys and aids for anyone with a disability

Valentine’s Day might be over, but we’ve coined all of February ‘love month’ to help ensure that talking about sex and disability isn’t a taboo, and that no matter what

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5 tips for finding love this Valentine’s week

Disabled and looking for love? Feeling dejected that you’re going to spend another Valentine’s Day without someone to love and support you? We’re here to help you make a change

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Sex tips for wheelchair users

People who have become disabled, even those who are partially paralysed, should not have to put an end to their sex life. They should be able to experience sexual pleasure

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Top 5 reasons why dating someone with a disability is great

There are so many misconceptions about dating someone with a disability. So, to help dispell some of these myths, we recently shared a blog post from Becky, whose partner Dan

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What I’ve learned about having sex with a disability

We live in an age where technology grants us quick access to everything from online cooking classes to finding overseas pen pals. Still, this doesn’t mean that disabled people have

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“Can you have sex?” and other common disability and dating questions

We all know that dating and disability is an often misunderstood topic. To break down preconceptions, we’re sharing a blog post from Becky, who isn’t disabled and is dating someone in a wheelchair, to find out how she answers common questions.

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Top 5 tips for online dating if you have a disability

Christmas and New Year are times to be with family and loved ones. So, if you’re single, you can often find yourself thinking about when or whether you’re going to

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Disability and intimacy: learning to love your body

We all need a level of intimacy – being able to talk, touch, hold hands, hug, kiss or even be sexual. For many disabled people, intimacy is something that they

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Disability and relationships: a different way of looking at sex

Sex and relationships expert, Tuppy Owens, shares an article from her new website, School of Sex (www.School-of-Sex.info), which aims to educate people on sex and disability by sharing advice and real-life