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In fact, disabled people are members of a community with its own unique culture, filled with societal norms and behavioral expectations that are different, but no less rich or meaningful, than that of able-bodied individuals.While it is true that living with a disability is difficult, the disability itself isn't usually a negative or positive factor in that person's life.Media, television and movies have represented the sexual lives of persons with disabilities in one of two ways: In reality, issues of sexual expression and attractiveness are no more or less important for the disabled than for the able-bodied -- one's desire to be found sexually desirable and have one's sexual desires fulfilled does not simply go away because one has a prosthetic limb or paralyzed legs.The disabled person must learn to negotiate his or her own mental, emotional and sexual terrain, just as do the able-bodied, coming to terms with their sexuality and finding the best way to express it.Historically, people with disabilities have been regarded by much of society as freaks, sub-humans or cripples.Now that we, as a society, have begun to put aside those negative labels and are, instead, exploring the emotional lives of the disabled, we have found new ways to dehumanize them, asking such personal and ridiculous questions as, Can you have sex? Human beings are born with sex drives regardless of ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation or disability status.For example, think about the behaviors associated with flirting.
If the hearing-impaired person finds someone not fluent in sign language who is willing to learn, it will probably take a great deal of time to establish a rapport and move things to a more intimate level.
While other minority groups, especially gay men and lesbian women, may be mocked or questioned about their specific sexual practices, it goes one step further for the disabled, who are not asked how they have sex, but if they are able to do it at all.
Perhaps the best way to address this question is to examine normal sexual behaviors, that is, heterosexual sexual practices.
A visually impaired person would get as far as the door, and then what? Start talking to someone and hope he or she is nice?
Whatever the method, the visually impaired person's chances of meeting Mr. Right are greatly reduced from those of the able-bodied.
Similarly, lesbian women express themselves sexually in other ways than by performing cunnilingus, and gay men don't just have anal sex.