February22012
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omendreamer:

The trailer for the documentary “Scarlet Road” about a sex worker who focuses on men who are mentally/physically/developmentally disabled.  As a guardian/student teacher of people with disabilities, this brings tears to my eyes.  I wish that my 20 year-old kid (actually sister, but I largely raised her) had this opportunity to experience sex in a safe and comfortable environment like the men in this vid.  So many people think that mentally and physically disabled people don’t experience any sexual desire (even involved parents who are otherwise educated about said conditions).  I try and combat this stereotype whenever I encounter it (resulting in lots of awkward impassioned speeches).  This DOESN’T MEAN REPRODUCTION.  I don’t want my sister to reproduce, as she neither likes children nor is capable of caring for them (plus odds are any offspring would have major developmental problems).  I still want her to happily experience this major facet of the human experience though.  (Plus I’d like to limit the number of times I walk in on her masturbating as it is mortifying).  Individuals with disabilities fantasize about the same things the rest of us do, and shouldn’t have to live without the sex they desire simply because of the way they were born.  I know of at least one disabled man who has a relationship with a female sex worker and he is one of the happiest disabled adults I know (which is at least 40 individuals).  We all deserve to have that chance.  Sorry for the meandering ruminations, but this is a subject I have felt passionate about for many years/I have had a few cocktails.  If this raises problems for you, please respond, as I would love to have an honest, polite, conversation (made possible by the superficial anonymity of the internet) about this subject.

Recently watched this and it is fantastic, thought-provoking, and educational all rolled into one. I highly recommend anyone interested in sex positivism, sex work activism and/or disability watch for themselves.

This clip made me cry. Rachel is a goddess and a blessing for these people.

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Louise Bourgeois, Arch of Hysteria, 1993
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Louise Bourgeois, Arch of Hysteria, 1993

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“Even among men lacking all distinction he inevitably stood out as a man lacking more distinction than all the rest, and people who met him were always impressed by how unimpressive he was.”― Joseph Heller, Catch-22

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“Even among men lacking all distinction he inevitably stood out as a man lacking more distinction than all the rest, and people who met him were always impressed by how unimpressive he was.”
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Herbert James Draper, Flying Fish, date unknown

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