Emily meets Leah Caprice, and adult performer who has been wheelchair bound since breaking her back.
Leah started making videos on her laptop while she was still in hospital as she didn't want her disability to change her career 'They like to watch the struggle, which is a bit sick to think of but that's one bit of feedback I've had.
Emily Yates, 24, who has cerebral palsy investigated the phenomenon for a BBC3 documentary Meet The Devotees, and was shocked to discover that seeing people struggle is a major reason why some are aroused by things such as wheelchairs and amputations.
As part of her research she made a video of herself transferring from her wheelchair to her car to experience the reaction from the devotee community first hand, which received more than 4,000 views on a porn site.
Perhaps your telephone is set up with a relay service for the deaf and hard of hearing.
As you get back into dating again, you may realize that most people aren’t so concerned about your disabilities, but more about your abilities, and who you really are.And dating with disabled is no exception, our site here is proof of that.Everyone wants to date and find someone to share their lives with together.There was something really horribly wrong about this and people would hate me if they knew.' Devotee Emily Madison was aware of her interest in disability from a very young age and found watching Mary Poppins a sexual experience because of a scene in which an old man struggles to walk with a cane'So certain people who are devotees that have the version of it that's very fetishised, where they're focusing on a body part for example rather than the person, they have the potential to stand in the way of developing a mutual relationship.' 'The wheelchair itself can be attractive,' she explains.'When we were in bed together I couldn't see his disability at all so that would sometimes hamper things for me and I'd be looking over to the side at his chair or his cane to keep me going.Disabled dating with another person may give you a better chance of finding that special someone, as another disabled person also understands the challenges of life.