Dating because wife is diabled
Healthy sex meant a good performance that led into an orgasm.
If a person was not able to orgasm during sex they were seen as inadequate for sexual intercourse.
They believed that sex was a sin and should not be practiced unless it was done with intents of reproducing.
Then doctors began developing medical views on sex. The taboo around sexuality being a disease and sin restricted many people from expressing their sexuality, especially disabled people.
With this a sex therapist would help the individual explore oral sex, and clitoral orgasm.
As you know, Multiple Sclerosis is a progressive disease and can, and probably will get even worse. My question is, how does the healthy spouse cope with unmet needs when there is no hope for the disabled spouse to meet them? Furthermore, they are more likely to have an affair when they think their spouse could have met their need, but didn't.Or she may have shown more interest in your children or her own career than in you.Of course, there's not much she can do about it now, but your resentment may prevent you from being emotionally bonded to her in the last years of your marriage. In spite of her disability, she is still a person who can love you.Although some disabled people are asexual, it is a misconception to label all as such.
Many disabled people lack rights and privileges to have intimacy and relationships.Commonly, people with disabilities lack sex education that would assist in their sexual lives.