Positive & Edgy media portrayal of disabled peoples’ sexuality is needed

Two of the best examples of motion pictures that have attempted to enter the world of disability and sexuality have been released in the last few years.

In 2012, The Sessions hit theaters and portrayed a disabled man who seek’d the services of a sex surrogate to lose his virginity and explore physical intimacy. In 2016, Me Before You hit the cinemas and was met with a lot of criticism from some members of the disabled community.

While Me Before You didn’t hit on the sex lives (or lack thereof) of people with disabilities as much as The Sessions  did, both movies had a common underlying theme. Continue reading Positive & Edgy media portrayal of disabled peoples’ sexuality is needed