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Deaf, blind and doing it: how does it feel?

I’ve always been curious about how sex feels to a blind or deaf person. Are there any different issues they face?

T-Sullivan, City St John’s, Canada, 11168


It ‘feels’ the same for us as it does for you.

Jiim, Gender : M, Disability : Deaf, Race : White/Caucasian, Religion : Christian, City : Margate, State : NA Country : United Kingdom, Education level : Over 4 Years of College

I’m a deaf guy, too . I have done it with hearing girls and hearing-impaired girls. They are the same. The only thing: we can’t hear each other feeling good. But we have body language and facial expression that we rely on that sends messages back and forth. We have the same sex life as everybody in the world. As for blind people. I have serveral friends who are blind. They use their hands to touch, to make sure their lover is their lover, and they do use hands and movement, tongue and mouth to commuicate to each other.

Brandon, Gender : M, Sexual Orientation : Straight, Disability : Deaf, Race : White/Caucasian, Religion : Catholic, Age : 27, City : Erath, State : LA Country : United States, Occupation : Driver, Education level : 2 Years of College, Social class : Middle class

Being deaf myself and married for 30 years to a hearing person, I need only signal my partner with a touch and guide him to what I desire to have done. The same thing goes for him. If you are really in touch with your lover (hearing, deaf or blind), I think this is the same for all who are in touch with the one they love. And yes, sometimes the person doing most of the “action” may have to look up and see or recognize what it is their partner needs. Don’t we all? At least I think so. When we are fortunate enough to have an understanding person in our lives who will take the time to give us the ultimate pleasure, and we them, it doesn’t matter what, if any, disabilities we have. This happens when you take the time to “know” the one you love, not only by body language, but by speech or simply touch.

Lindsay, female, deaf, San Antonio, TX

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