And then she turned toward her husband, sitting in the audience, and smiled secretively at him. There are quite literally hundreds of ways to experience sexuality and sexual pleasure.
Even when someone apparently loses all the physical sensation in their genital regions, couples can still achieve sexual closeness, pleasure, and even orgasm.
If you looked hard enough, you could find an authority for almost any folk belief about the stimulating properties of a substance.
And although the Food and Drug Administration has determined that all these non-medicinal approaches are ineffective, people still follow their heart's desire in search of the perfect catalyst for love.
"Sexuality encompasses the totality of our being," she says. You taste it throughout, and similarly our sexuality goes through all of us." Whipple advises people with disabilities -- particularly those with limited sensation in the "traditionally" sexual parts of the body -- to talk with partners about many of the ways to have erotic pleasure that do not involve the genital area.