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“I can categorically say this: your partner, unless they haven't been paying attention, already knows what shape your body is going to be (you can tell through the clothes! That could be anything from an initial introduction to something new in the bedroom.

), and they're attracted to it, and to you, so try not to worry.” Another community member says, “I think one thing that troubles us all, disabled or not, is whether we're getting it right. However, it’s even easier to forget that if we want something that involves another person, there’s really no guarantee that they will have picked up on what it is we want.

One of our community members who works as a sex and relationships therapist says, “I work with a huge array of people with very different bodies, different abilities to move and position those bodies, and varying sensory issues.

One thing that's clear to me is that there's often a lot of anxiety around how our bodies look, what they can do, and whether or not we'll be able to please our partners. Firstly, this is impossible for any human being, and secondly, it can often be fun to make mistakes, and even healthy to have a bad experience.” "It’s very easy to bottle out of asking for things that we want.

Once you’ve had sex, you release hormones that make you more inclined to “bond” with your partner, but the relationship may not be ready yet because you’re still getting to know this person!

Worse, they might have picked up on it but then come to the wrong conclusion.