August 23, 2014 at 5:39 am #10016
Getting it on when disabled…
People with disabilities get horny too!?! Who would have guessed? Not mainstream America, that’s for sure. Think about it, when was the last time you saw a guy in a wheelchair as spokesman for Viagra or Trojan condoms. Probably NEVER!!! But who is to say the handicap are unable of having the same sexual urges to satisfy as the rest of us?
It’s difficult to imagine the struggles someone with disabilities encounters on a daily bases. Let alone the frustrations of not being able to enjoy the pleasures of sexual release. Some find the thought of sexual activity for the disabled to be extremely offensive and insist on protecting (denying) the person from fulfilling their sexual needs. But how unfair is that, especially when not everyone who has physical or mental limitations was born that way. Some disabilities are the consequence of unforeseen accidents or the result of a prolonged disease. In instances such as these, the last thing we should do is isolate them or ignore their needs.
As a courtesan I get to explore the many sensitive parts that excite and ignite the senses. Disabled or not, we all enjoy a sensual caress amongst other things There’s more to intimacy than just intercourse. I’ve learned that sometimes the only limitations are the ones you give yourself. Keep an open mind and enjoy the simple pleasures a courtesan can provide.
Do you or someone you know have a disablitiy? What do you think about people with disabilities visiting Sheri’s?August 23, 2014 at 10:53 am #10020
Eva you are so thoughtful and analytical. I love your post. You are really thinking about your “not just a job” job.August 23, 2014 at 10:58 am #10021
Most definitely agree! People with disabilities have every right to seek out sexual fulfillment. Mainstream America just doesn’t think sexual needs and intimacy are that important and would probably have a hissy fit about it. I would imagine it would be very uplifting for a disabled person to know that there is a place they can go where their personal needs are not out of reach.
There’s an independent film from 2012 I think you might like called “The Sessions” if you haven’t seen it already.August 23, 2014 at 3:23 pm #10023
I have always loved playing with men and women who have disabilities, as it give me a chance to give them something that can be hard for them to come by. My most memorable experience here was with a man who had Cerebral Palsy, at first glance most would’ve thought that he was slow or timid , its easy to pass certain judgments, but within 5 mins of speaking with you would’ve quickly changed your mind. He was one of the sweetest men I have ever met, very intelligent, and hilarious, I will always remember during our negotiations I asked him what he wanted to spoil me with, and with out skipping a beat, with the most serious look ever he says ‘a big dick’ that was a real first for me. Even though he was so sweet, funny, and smart he was still a virgin in his 40s which saddened me that as a general public we have become so superficial that a man as amazing as him had never been able to experience love, and made me so happy that I was at least able to grant him a few hours of a fun, and give him the piece of connection he had been so longing for. I have had many parties, and tend to forget quite a few clients but Him I will remember forever, and hope that I have made him feel as special as he made me feel!August 27, 2014 at 9:51 am #10195
Jazzmark007 I’m glad you enjoyed the thread as you were in part the motivation for it’s writing (let’s not go there lol) I really enjoy what I do for a living and it’s not just a job for me. It’s a way to help different people feel better about themselves, about their sexuality and most importantly that someone really actually cares about them personally.August 27, 2014 at 10:04 am #10197
CandyAndy I’ve heard of it but I haven’t watched it. There’s a few great movies that discuss the sexual needs of those with disabilities and do so in a positive light. I wrote this thread with the hope that anyone with any type of disability would read it and find it encouraging… Enough to bring them to Sheri’s to try something new with me.
PS. I received a lot of great gifts off my wishlist thanks to you! I’ll send you a picture if you email me 😉August 27, 2014 at 10:08 am #10198
angelparr I agree with you that most, if not all of my experiences with clients have been memorable and special to me. It’s a very special moment I share with someone I grow to care about and disabled clients are no different. I wont share the details of those moments but I have a deep respect for people with needs and why they come to see me. I’m always happy to give them a few thrills lol 😉August 28, 2014 at 9:01 am #10264
@Eva Oh, I love surprises and can’t wait to see what you got! I sent you an email a couple of weeks ago. On the off chance it didn’t send properly, I’m sending an email just for this.August 30, 2014 at 2:29 pm #10356
@CandyAndy I received your emails. I responded to one & soon the other one as well. I have a picture of one of the dress, check it out on my twitter. Hope you like it, there’s more to come soon. https://twitter.com/cortigiana_eva/status/505842760235364354September 1, 2014 at 8:05 pm #10423
Great post Eva! I think it is awesome people with disabilities and even anyone who doesn’t can come to Sheri’s and enjoy a sexual raging experience just like anyone else or better! In a very non judge mental, accommodating, and safe environment with a hot chick and good intentions, not much can go wrong! Sadly some disabled people may never have this chance to experience a fantasy because the world can be so harsh so I think it’s wrong for anyone to look down on them to finding a way to experience that part of life too.
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