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Women with disabilities are often portrayed either as fragile flowers or oversexed, needing to be protected from the world and from their own sex drive. Woman D: Ehlers-Danlos syndrome — which causes physical pain and mobility difficulties — depression and anorexia. Most people assume not walking is the worst aspect of my disability but it's not really.

But in truth, most women with disabilities experience the same desire for pleasure, love, and physical connection as any other woman. I'd rather not need to wear a catheter; it's not the most aesthetically pleasing device in the world! If I could have my stomach muscles back I'd be delighted — to have a toned stomach and better balance would be brilliant.

I've had lengthy conversations with men who are shocked that disabled people have the same sexual desires as them and have sex lives too.

How, if at all, has your disability affected the way you have sex?

Woman C: POTS (Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome), a form of dysautonomia. Woman A: I've had my fair share of disfiguring surgical scars and my disease can mean fluctuating weight, but it also makes me appreciate all the things my body can still do.

Woman B: I am paraplegic due to a spinal cord injury. I've had depression on and off since I was 7, and anorexia for the last two years. How has your disability affected your relationship with your body, for better or for worse?

Woman A: Dysautonomia, which causes chronic fatigue, dehydration, fainting, and I also have an immune deficiency disease, which means I have a greater susceptibility to infections and a harder time than normal fighting them off. Woman D: I've had Ehlers-Danlos all my life, but it got a lot worse when I was 23.

Woman C: Because of my specific disability, I have to be almost hyperaware of my physical body and specifically my heart rate at all times.