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How People With Disabilities Are Exploring Their Sexual Needs By Engaging Companions

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How People With Disabilities Are Exploring Their Sexual Needs By Engaging Companions

I believe that sexuality is the most beautiful thing that can exist and be experienced when it is done with respect, openness and consent! So, if we follow this logic, being the most beautiful thing that exists, it is important that it be lived in a healthy way by each living being that wish it. (When I say ‘’wish it’’, I mean that being an asexual person, it is as good as respect oneself in the fact that it is not a felt need).

I believe that sexuality is something that, when done well, allows us to be even better towards ourselves, our body, our self-confidence and our sexual happiness. Since I became a sex worker, my self-esteem has quadrupled and the respect I have for myself and for my limits is more present and respect than it has ever been before!

I therefore believe that sexuality must be a positive thing for every living being! With this in mind, people with disabilities have the right, just as much as anyone, to live their adventure and to feel this pleasure! This is the main reason that I offer services accessible to all!

How Common Do I See Clients With Disabilities?

At the moment, I count among my regulars, seven people with a handicap. This is without counting all the people I only see once or twice, who also have various disabilities.

I do not have exact rules to say if you are a regular or not, but mainly when I see you at least three times in a year, according to your situation you are considered for me as a regular.

Finally, I consider physical disabilities as much as intellectual disabilities. In my sexual support with handicap, I have met people with various physical illnesses such as: people in wheelchairs, people with degenerative diseases, intellectual disabilities, autism, etc. I’m also thinking that mental health is something to put importance to mention here, since they deserve sexuality like everyone too.

Reasons For Seeking Companionship

First, I want to clarify one thing. Each person has their own reason for coming to see me. Whether they have a disability or not, all the reasons are as valid as each other. In my opinion, one reason is no more or less important than another, because it is part of the non-judgment that each person should feel.

So, after this clarification, to answer the question, the majority of the reasons that I was told were related to an affection loving need, a sexual need to fill and a need to feel more “Normal”.

The nicest thing a customer has said to me is also the saddest thing that I have been told. The client mentioned to me that what made him feel so good with me was that he finally felt like a real man. What is a real man? It broke my heart to know that it was the first time he feels this when it should have been forever if that’s how he wanted to feel. I found it really sad that his disability made him feel sexually different.

*Also, it is always convenient for them to book an appointment with me since I offer free outcall service when you have a disability preventing you from moving around easily. HAHA

How I Feel About Helping My Clients

I feel pampered!

Pampered because they trust me. Because they also bring me a few things too. They make me evolve as the person I am now, and I give them the chance to have a healthy lived sexuality.

I will always be grateful for each of my meetings with them as well as with all my other clients, because each meeting leaves me a small part of them in exchange for a part of me!

The Challenges I Face

I would say that my biggest challenge in this type of relationship is to set my limits, keeping in mind that the person may not have the same understanding of my limit. For example, when you explain to someone a limit, did he really understand what it meant? Does he understand that this limit is related to the situation and not to his handicap? Each living being with an own understanding has its capacities and its education, whether you have a handicap or not. So, this challenge comes up in many of my working relationships.

To counter this problem, I learned the techniques of an effective communication and I try to apply it as much as possible in all my human relations. However, learning to give your thoughts and your limits remains an everyday challenge, and this also apply when I do sexual support!

What To Do Prior To The Engagement

I think the person should just keep in mind that it’s important to tell me the whole truth about their situation and to communicate as much as possible how they feel. As mentioned in the previous question, this is a super important basis in a client/sex worker relation and even more when we talk about support for sexuality with disabilities. But if these two basic principles are well done, it will be a superb experience filled with laughter and tenderness!


Aliss Swan – Hi! I’m Aliss, an independent courtesan in Montréal, Québec. You will find in me a smiling tattooed woman full of energy. I’m a devoted person with a big heart with an open mind. I’m still a student and I travel a lot, so I love meeting new person and enjoying with them a warm and happy connection! I’m open to all handicap, size, origins, gender and orientation. Let’s be happy together!

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Aliss Swan

Hi! I’m Aliss, an independent courtesan in Montréal, Québec. You will find in me a smiling tattooed woman full of energy. I’m a devoted person with a big heart with an open mind. I’m still a student and I travel a lot, so I love meeting new person and enjoying with them a warm and happy connection! I’m open to all handicap, size, origins, gender and orientation. Let’s be happy together!

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