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Our quiz discovers articles that are specific to your mobility and interests, and saves them all to one feed. Just login and see the latest news relevant to YOU. All our articles are public and free, but in addition to a custom feed, AbleThrive users gain access to new features first. Mitchell Tepper is an expert on sexuality and disability. Mitchell, a quadriplegic, says creativity and willingness to try new things are key ingredients for couples who are looking to find what works for them in the bedroom.
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Sexual Positions for Men with Spinal Cord Injuries
Positioning with Partners — Sexuality after SCI
One of the biggest questions people ask about life with a spinal cord injury is: what is sex like? Can you have sex? Can you still feel it? Does it feel good? People want to know it all.
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5 Disability-Friendly Sex Positions You Need in Your Life
Mitch Tepper , is getting some static. It shows how they get into some of their favorite positions in bed that are both comfortable and safe with them both clothed. Tepper — one of the best sexologists in the world specializing in the sexual health of the disabled — in his chair by the bed narrating. They show some awesome things, including her on top and positioning using a Liberator wedge pillow. BUT no matter.
The physical act of intercourse is not all that defines your sexuality. When we talk about sexuality, we mean more than what goes on behind your bedroom doors. Sexuality is the intimacy between you and your partner, your preferences, your body image and desires. The definition above is not usually what most people think of when they think of sex. This is especially true when people have experienced a spinal cord injury SCI.