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Post by maggie182010 » 10 years ago

so have you learned o seen what ca help yu or your partner with disabilities on having sex... what do you think of this product


Post by lotts » 10 years ago

any idea of something for the woman being in wheelchair?

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Post by daniel » 10 years ago

It all depends on the nature of the disability.

If you're paralyzed, sex therapy would be a better option since they can teach you techniques to find other erogenous zones you can stimulate to achieve orgasm.

If you're not paralyzed, I recommend Hitachi Magic Wand.   It has one of the strongest motors for any vibrator and it works well even if you're wearing Depends.

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Post by lotts » 10 years ago

thanks daniel. we'll give it a go. got MS so legs spasm a lot and sensitivity reduced 'down there' so this sounds hopefull.


Post by BigD » 10 years ago

Does that guy even have a disability?  Just kidding. :wink:

If you're strong as an ox and have trunk muscles, that looks like a great piece of equipment.

Having a C5-6 spinal cord injury resulting in Quadra paresis, that piece of equipment is useless to me.

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Post by livingspinal » 5 years ago

Hi, the IntimateRider has helped countless people to have more pleasure even if it’s the woman who is in wheel chair.You're only limited by your imagination when it comes to enjoying this product.
Have you checkout checked out Living Spinal?
I saw that they sell the IntimateRider at an amazing price, only $329.

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