Stop Running From Sexual Intimacy If You Have A Disability

IntimatRider By Rhonda Campbell There’s no reason to run from sexual intimacy. Sexual expression is a normal part of being human. At the heart of rewarding sexual expression are healthy relationships. It’s this point that many people miss, especially when they examine the state of their sexual intimacy.   Sexual intimacy can signal improving health and relationships You might be surprised to learn that healthy sexual intimacy has... [Read More...]

Live Free of Disability Sex Myths

Live Free of Disability Sex Myths By Rhonda Campbell   You may not think of it this way, but sexual health is a key part of your overall health. This includes your mental, emotional, physical and spiritual health. The American Health Sexual Association shares that sexual health is natural and about more sexual behavior. Disability Sex Myth #1 – Disabled People Don’t Want To Have Sex Sexuality and disability shares a similar conclusion,... [Read More...]

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IntimateRider Romance Set

  Let the IntimateRider Romance Set make your Valentine’s Day spectacular! Experience complete comfort and discover new positions with your partner. When paired together, the IntimateRider and RiderMate will give you more options in your romantic endeavors. When it comes to intimacy, you shouldn’t have to over think it. Let our Romance Set be your solution this Valentine’s Day (and any other day of the week).   Please enjoy... [Read More...]

IntimateRider to be Presented at Upcoming Sexuality Conference

IntimateRider will be presented at the Spinal Cord Injury and Sexuality Conference. Location for the May 14 – 15, 2015 event is New York City’s Mount Sinai Medical Center. People who will benefit most from the two day conference include adults with spinal cord and related injuries, their spouses and partners and relatives. Occupational and physical therapists, clinicians, employers with employees who have physical disabilities and other... [Read More...]

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