Dating with a disability

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I started going to their events, but not with my husband.

When I married him, I was so young—24—that I didn't have a sense of who I was sexually.

Through the plus-size group, I started exploring things like kink.

The week before the surgery, I discovered that I was pregnant with my daughter.But right away I knew I was in love and wanted to be with him. Plus, I was almost 300 pounds at that time, and I bought into a lot of what society tells you when you're a person of color and you're big.I learned about a group for plus-size women and their admirers.Watch their video A Wedding, A Wheelchair and No Worries Palmer Harston Williams shares her love story and her creative ideas for planning a wheelchair accessible wedding. Marriage after 50 Years Two couples share the ups and downs of marriage after 50 years. Seeing Beyond the Disability Elizabeth Wampler stumbled into love with Steve, an adventurous sportsman with cerebral palsy (CP).He often navigates the world with a wheelchair or a mountain-climbing harness while Elizabeth takes on life with the kind of humor and honesty that may make you blush and befriend her all at once. A Webinar for Military Couples on Intimacy Have you heard?Because she is missing her leg, she also has only half a bum and half a pelvis, and she was worried that her vagina was disfigured—she’d never compared hers to anyone else’s.

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