It addressed everything from living with a disability, chronic illness, and injury, to LQBTQ topics, to explicit details of techniques, sexual positions, and even personal hygiene.In addition, it tackled the broad topics of intimacy and sensuality, body image issues, safe sex resources, and even topics like how to kiss, how to have non-intercourse sex, and how to simply embrace or caress another.“I put together a booklet with all kinds of sexuality information that I thought was helpful and it was about intimacy and sexuality and how to cherish yourself and your partner and how to bridge that gap,” she explains.’ I always reply, ‘Well if you think about it, I haven’t really changed professions.
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"The narrator was explaining that in this particular male-female intercourse position, if the man was standing and the woman was on her back on the edge of the bed, it would be less pressure on his lower back." “When I saw the program it [piqued] my curiosity,” she says.
Married to an average-sized man at the time, Naccarato and her husband adapted their sex lives because she had issues with her hip—like most Little People do—leading to issues with straddling.” Most of us will have hip implants and knee implants for mobility due to bone degeneration,” she explains.
That is another [question I asked] when they couldn’t reach their genitals—‘How did you manage your sexuality as an adult?
’ There was a gap that may occur in that development where some maturity is not had.” Sixty-seven percent of the Little People in Naccarato’s studies who could not reach their genitals felt that sex was very important.