Positions and foreplay. One of the things I always counsel people is to experiment and have fun. I always encourage people to use what they liked before though. Foreplay is wonderful in that it allows the sensation, it allows the touching, it allows all of that to occur.
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What about positions and foreplay after a spinal cord injury?
Mitch Tepper , is getting some static. It shows how they get into some of their favorite positions in bed that are both comfortable and safe with them both clothed. Tepper — one of the best sexologists in the world specializing in the sexual health of the disabled — in his chair by the bed narrating. They show some awesome things, including her on top and positioning using a Liberator wedge pillow.
One of the biggest questions people ask about life with a spinal cord injury is: what is sex like? Can you even have sex? Can you still feel it? Does it feel good? People want to know it all.