Everyone has the right to feel sexual and have a healthy intimate life. Those with disabilities may need to deal with more practical considerations and keep an open, creative mind to do so. Experimenting with positions (like these for back pain), finding devices that supplement or assist a disability such as the Wedge or La Palma, and educating oneself about options with go-to books such as the Ultimate Guide to Sex and Disability can help make sex more comfortable, enjoyable and possible. Working with a sex therapist can also be useful to discover and understand options for a satisfying intimate life.
Impairment or emotional and psychological issues can have a negative effect on how you feel about your body. Nurturing a positive body image is also an important aspect to a satisfying sex life.