That’s why I’m thrilled that this article came my way.
We all have challenges, but sometimes we get stuck feeling like there is no hope. Sometimes it doesn’t even occur to us that explore
The silence surrounding the topic of sex needs to be lifted and replaced but real conversations. Brainstorming the possibilities might help you overcome the hurdles.
A sexologist helps people with dwarfism overcome their bodies’ obstacles to sex and intimacy.
According to Naccarato, “The psychosocial limitations of society may be more disabling than the physical symptoms.” She helps clients cope with the internalized otherness that comes from a lifetime in a body that is stared at, mocked, and poked at. “Everywhere I went everyone was staring or whatever,” Dorren recalls. “You can’t change anything—you accept it over time and it’s awesome.”
“My type of dwarfism is diastrophoic,” he says. This is one of the most severe types of dwarfism and he considers himself lucky to have a mild form of it. Still, it often comes with disfigured joints and a whole list of other issues. “It is harder. I am inflexible. Certain positions and certain sports are impossible,” he explains.
That is where Naccarato comes in. She works with these particularities to help couples with any body shape or size come together for sexual intimacy. In addition to the comprehensive workshop and manual basics, her website boasts a long list of tools in the shopping section, ranging from her patented Love Bench, which Jacobs and Dorren are the models for, to vibrators for women who can’t reach their genitals and pillows with “fleshlights” imbedded inside for male masturbation when their arms are not long enough to reach their penis. She also sells other tools, like condoms that are easier to put on for people with limited dexterity, and special pillows to assist in repositioning.