My Body Isn’t Made for Sex Anymore

Sex & disability, an exercise in frustration

Allison Wallis
Gay Mag

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Illustration by Randi Pace

MyMy body doesn’t feel like it’s made for sex anymore. The body I had when I first met my husband, the body that lifted 50-pound bags of flour and kept up with the men in the kitchen, running a station solo during the busiest of Friday nights, has morphed into a body that can’t quite keep itself knit together. The body that allowed…

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Allison Wallis
Gay Mag

I write about disability, chronic pain and illness, trauma and resilience, and life in Hawai’i as a feminist Jew. Find me on Twitter @allylovespono