That’s my journey.""You have to love yourself first. Women who become disabled, we’re in a society that teaches us that being a woman is being beautiful and sexy and graceful and full of poise.So as soon as you become disabled now you cannot move or walk or sashay.
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I've seen a transformation — as an abled-bodied man he had his perspective of sexuality and love in the disabled community. A mind stretched by new ideas can never return to its original dimensions, you know?
He came to my house a month ago and he showed me the film and it was beautiful. There are no words.""People have tried to execute it.
We wanted to show that people who use wheelchairs are still humans and we still yearn for love. I loved motorcycles and I loved sex with my husband.
What people don’t understand is that you’re this sexual being at your core and then all of a sudden something happens that paralyses you and that doesn’t change who you are overnight.
"Because if I'm with the right person, I don't even feel like I'm paralysed.""I met Ben [Duffy] on another project for the disabled community.
When I was asking him about what it's like for him, an able-bodied person, diving into this world, he told me about a gentleman who was in a chair and talked to him about sexuality in the disabled community.
Someone’s who's willing to be open and to listen to what I need.
So yes, the guys I’ve been with have been very easy to listen and learn and we’ve never had a problem.
The movie delves into the lives of each person, examining what it looks like for them to date, have sex, find love, and build families."Being a quadriplegic doesn't stop me.
Being paralysed doesn't stop me from being in a relationship or being physical, or making love if I'm with the right person," Rockwood says in the film.
It has this Richard Simmons-esque, '80s quality to it and shows positions for an able-bodied man with a quadriplegic woman, or a quadriplegic man with an able-bodied woman.