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Even for a person with disability, the heart works like anybody else’s.you need to know thatromantic love is basedon intangible qualities that are not affected by the disability of a person.Also, avoiding the subject will not take you very far as this thought will always be lingering at the back of your mind, and will manifest itself in some form or the other.There are times when romantic attraction may lead to life-long love.
Once that happens, issues like disability, inconvenience, social stigma will cease to matter. Know why you are with the person in the first place.She said she believed access to sex workers for people with disabilities should be covered under the NDIS."Whether you are a wage-earner or you're on any type of benefit from the government, you have a right to spend your money however you want," she said."And if you would like to spend your money hiring the services of a sex worker, I think you should be able to do that."Counsellor and registered NDIS provider Casey Payne said it was a common misconception that people with disabilities were non-sexual."Just because you live with something that's different to everybody else doesn't mean that your life can't still be the same in every aspect, especially in sexual health.Raivyn, who has cerebral palsy and uses an electric wheelchair, has worked in Melbourne's sex industry for more than 20 years, mostly as a dominant escort."I chose to be a dominant to ...change perceptions," she said."The submissive people that I see make me feel strong and in charge and I like that.