When you cut away the veneer of polite political correctness most people would rather not think about sexual liberation for disabled people. The majority of abled body human beings would rather turn off the lights than watch a pornographic scene with two disabled people. Why? Because sex is fundamentally linked to procreation; and most folk are hardwired to wish for their own perfect progeny to reproduce. The horror of disability, whether congenital or accidental, is not something that most of us want to see reproduced.
Most human beings are attracted to a conception of aesthetic beauty; which is why the good-looking among us get more sex. If you are a man, it pays to be taller. If you are a woman, physical beauty is probably the single most important quality you must possess if you are to succeed in evolutionary terms. Very few people are attracted to disabled people, and that includes other disabled people. We all wish for perfection in ourselves and in our progeny. We are programmed biologically to act in this way. It does not matter how many online surveys you fill out on dating sites and how well you do in them; ultimately it comes down to what you look like.
Sexual Liberation for Disabled People
Having sex with another human being, rather than merely having sex with yourself, involves the willing consensuality of both parties. This is not something that is always easily achievable for disabled people. Firstly, they are often closely controlled and monitored by loving, but by sometimes disapproving or neglectful family or professional carers; especially when it comes to having sex. Traditionally, sex was not seen to be on the menu for disabled people according to institutional and charitable practices. The world has grown up somewhat and sex is no longer seen to be solely in the repository of perfect human beings.
Escorts who cater for disabled clientele play an important part in the sexual liberation for disabled people. It is, however, still only a commercial service being provided in the same sense as meals and cleaning services are provided. The ultimate power of sex is about love, sex without love is a mere shell of what it can be. Going forward, sexual liberation for disabled people is about breaking down barriers, between disabled people, and disabled and abled people. The opposite of love is not hate, the opposite of love is fear. When we remove the fear around sexual liberation for disabled people, love will flourish where currently sterility abides.