Dating a physically disabled man
After much groundbreaking research, it was not until the 20th century that sex and pleasure became normalized.
With the normalization of sex, pleasure became the main focus.
Healthy sex meant a good performance that led into an orgasm.
Although some disabled people are asexual, it is a misconception to label all as such.
Many disabled people lack rights and privileges to have intimacy and relationships.
They may feel inhibition about pursuing relationships, fearing rejection on the basis that they have a disability.
Self-image may suffer as a result of disfigurement, or lack of confidence.
For physical disabilities that change a person's sexual functioning, such as spinal cord injury there are methods, that assist where needed.