The Ultimate Guide To Sex And Disability
Miriam Kaufman, MD, Cory Silverberg and Fran Odette We love this book -- it's the most complete,
We love this book -- it's the most complete, warm, welcoming and arousing sex guide for people with disabilities, chronic pain or illness. For everyone, regardless of age, gender or sexual orientation, this amazing book addresses the widest range of disabilities we've ever seen. From self-image to orgasms, sex toys to finding partners, and shattering myths to an extensive resource guide, no stone is left unturned. 2003, 334 pp.
Now a required text at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology!
Can you use a condom with a catheter? How do you have intercourse in a wheelchair? This detailed guide answers these questions and others that the nondisabled can't imagine... The book's overall message: there is no 'right way' to have sex. Individuals need to discover what 'sex' is for them and give themselves permission to consider anything as a sexual experience. -- Martha Cornog, Library Journal, Feb 15, 2004
This book provides accurate information on many aspects of sexuality and disability, as well as a comprehensive resource list. More importantly, it brings people with disabilities onto the radar screen -- something that's been needed in the queer community for a long time.
-- Kathi Wolfe, Washington Blade, Dec 12, 2003
Brand: Cleis Press