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I Hired A Sex Worker: A Personal Account by Jensen Caraballo

Sexuality and disability are two topics that are not often talked about in the same context. Many people assume that individuals with disabilities are asexual or incapable of sexual desire, which couldn't be further from the truth. As a 32-year-old man with Spinal Muscular Atrophy type 2, I am a full-time wheelchair user, and I am not immune to sexual desire.

For years, I struggled with feelings of shame and inadequacy surrounding my sexuality. As a disabled person, I felt like I was not entitled to a fulfilling sex life, and I worried that my physical limitations would make me undesirable to potential partners. But as I got older and more confident in myself, I began to explore my sexuality more fully.

One thing that I had always been curious about but hesitant to try was hiring a sex worker. I had read articles and watched documentaries about the experiences of disabled people who hired sex workers and found that it had helped them to feel more empowered and confident in their sexuality. But I was also aware of the potential dangers and stigma associated with hiring a sex worker, especially as a disabled person.

After much research and consideration, I finally decided to take the plunge and hire a sex worker. I was nervous, but also excited to explore this aspect of myself more fully. I did my research and found a reputable sex worker.

When the day finally arrived, I was still nervous, but also excited to see what this experience would be like. The sex worker I had hired was incredibly professional and respectful. She took the time to get to know me and my specific needs and desires, and we worked together to create a comfortable and enjoyable experience for the both of us.

I won't go into too much detail about the actual session itself, but I will say that it was a positive and empowering experience for me. For the first time in a long time, I felt confident and desirable, and I was able to fully explore my sexuality in a safe and respectful environment.

Of course, there are risks associated with hiring a sex worker, and it's important to do your research and take necessary precautions. But for me, the benefits outweighed the risks, and I would definitely consider hiring a sex worker again in the future.

I want to be clear that this is not something that everyone with a disability should feel pressured to do. Everyone's journey with their sexuality is unique, and there is no one "right" way to explore it. But for me, hiring a sex worker was a positive and empowering experience that helped me to feel more confident in myself and my sexuality.

I hope that by sharing my story, I can help to break down some of the stigmas and misconceptions surrounding disability and sexuality. Disabled people are just as entitled to a fulfilling and satisfying sex life as anyone else, and I hope that more people will begin to recognize and respect that fact.

This is an image of my official logo, which reads "Jensen Caraballo" in cursive lettering.

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