We are always deeply grateful for any stories that clients or others are willing to share with us. NB: All names have been changed for privacy.
» Christie’s sexual frustration finds some form of relief
Christie had been extremely sexual frustrated for years but she found the courage to give it a go. She “absolutely loved” her first ‘date’ with Richard, but decided not to go all the way.
» Andy’s visit to a sex worker
Andy’s carer tells us how after initial difficulties with the family, sexual frustrations and extensive negotiation to gain access to money eventually Andy gets what he wants and remembers it too.
» Bill’s Private worker at home
Bill’s carer gives us insights into Bill’s story. Since his accident personal and sexual relationships haven’t worked out so well. Seeing a sex worker didn’t work well for Bill the first time.
» Brad from South Australia blows away a few myths
As a South Australian, Brad talks about attitudes towards the sexuality of people with disability and wants to see the laws around sex work changed..
» Bruce’s First Time
Karen is Bruce’s personal carer. She explains the procedures she went through to arrange consent and finances before making an appointment for a gay male sex worker to visit Bruce at home.
» Clifford shares his years of experience
Clifford generously shares with us some background and memorable moments with sex workers since losing his virginity in Kings Cross nearly 40 years ago.
» Elizabeth gets lucky in a Country town
Because of lower levels of demand, the number of male sex workers providing services to women is usually limited, even in the cities. However, against the odds, Elizabeth found the consideration and compassion she sought in a country town.
» Kids, Sex and Disability – A Parent’s Story
As Elizabeth’s mum, Angie chose to explore beyond her comfort zone to assist her daughter to lose her virginity with a professional.
» Peter shares his secrets from the USA
In jurisdictions where sex work is illegal people with disability face additional barriers and concerns if they want to visit a sex worker.
» Leanne’s “huge step” towards sexual fulfilment
Leanne believes seeing a sex worker regularly can be an important step towards contentment for people with disability. She tells of her journey of sexual fulfilment.
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