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24-7-custom-writing-serviceDisability and Sexualities Assignment

Disability and Sexualities Research Paper

 

 

Reflections on the Process of Researching Disabled People's Sexual Lives

“I affirmed his existing feelings of inappropriateness surrounding his sexuality, a common psycho-emotional impact of disabled people's cultural desexualisation” (Liddiard 10).

“Enabled me to ruminate cross-culturally and consider the role of the family, tradition, community, and faith in the making of disabled sexualities” (Liddiard 11).

“Beyond internalised oppressions, it was also difficult to hear about the sexual, emotional, and physical violence which featured in informants’ stories with striking frequency” (Liddiard 11).

The work of disabled identities in intimate relationships

“informants’ stories showed the extent to which they devalued their (sexual) selves, revealing the ways in which low sexual self-esteem and self-worth…common parts of the disabled (sexual) psyche in ableist heteronormative sexual cultures” (Liddiard 125).

“Robert, age 26, and Terry, age 20, who both have a congenital physical impairment, said that they avoided conflict or arguments with a partner, as a strategy to ensure continued care” (Liddiard 124).

“It’s horrible but there’s no other option. You either just spend your life entirely alone or try and be with someone who’s willing to be with you” (Liddiard 121).

'I never felt like she was just doing it for the money': Disabled men's intimate (gendered) realities of purchasing sexual pleasure and intimacy

“this included keeping the encounter secret, secretly hiding cash to ‘save up’, hiding bank statements, creating intricate alibis, and colluding with others to maintain the ‘secret’ (Liddiard 847)...................GET A PLAGIARISM FREE COPY