No matter if you have a disability or not, I think it's highly informative and can open your eyes a bit. Topics cover a range of difficulties disabled people experience, from physical limitations to problems such as lack of acceptance, knowledge and skills. For many, it is confusing to figure out how to balance the individual needs of each partner with the mutuality of sex. However, for many people spicing up their sex life can be daunting, especially if they have a disability. Sexuality is a key part of human nature and disabled people experience the same range of sexual thoughts, feelings and desires as anyone else. It is vital that you talk to your partner before you even consider a walk on the wild side and that you both agree about what direction your adventures might take. Scope hopes the campaign will help people feel comfortable talking to — or dating — a disabled person. And what a book! Making sex an occasion and creating a story to go with your passion can really get the juices flowing. The writers could have gone into a little more detail in the sections devoted to specific disabilities, but as a taster, an introduction book, an educational primer, it was solid. Your girlfriend may be focusing on physical sensations, as many do, and, therefore, assumes that you don't "feel good" when you are sexually intimate with one another. I feel bad about marrying her if we can't have a satisfying sex life because I feel like I'm cheating her out of that part of her life. Perhaps your girlfriend feels pressure to orgasm each time you are sexual, and maybe you can talk with her to see how this pressure might be reduced. People with physical or intellectual disabilities in today's society are often regarded as non-sexual adults since sex is very much associated with youth and physical attractiveness. So read on to see how to make your sex life more 50 Shades of Scarlet. So go on, give it try.