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Able Pleasures was created for those of us that have challenges in our lives that may need a bit of extra help or adaptation to make our sex life as fulfilling as possible. All the products offered here were selected with differing abilities in mind. I hope the items found here will bring you pleasure and a satisfying experience.

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Magic Wand Original Magic Wand Original
$64.79
The wonderful thing about this product is yes, it can be used as a clitoral vibrator(and more with the attachments) but it is wonderful as an all over massager. Great for sore, swollen muscles.

 
 
 
 
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    Tuesdays With Nina: Sex and the Disabled Spouse

    The intimate lives of those with a disability or debilitating disease is not something people typically talk about openly, but of course, the challenges these men and women—and their partners—face when seeking sexual satisfaction can be more daunting than most. Today, Nina talks about the realities of making love with a disabled partner. Read article

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    Sex and Disability 101

    You sprain your wrist playing basketball, or get carpal tunnel twinges from too much typing. Your partner is battling depression or post-traumatic stress. Sooner or later, the question is likely to come up: how do you make sex work when someone involved is temporarily or permanently disabled? Our goal here is to provide you with tools for finding solutions that work for you and your partners. Read article

 
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