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Intimacy & Disabilities – Multimedia Course on Sex & Disabilities

Welcome to Loveology University’s sneak preview video course on Intimacy & Disabilities.  This in-depth course will teach all about the challenges and triumphs of intimacy for people with disabilities.

Definition of Disability

“Disabilities is an umbrella term, covering impairments, activity limitations, and participation restrictions. An impairment is a problem in body function or structure; an activity limitation is a difficulty encountered by an individual in executing a task or action; while a participation restriction is a problem experienced by an individual in involvement in life situations.”~ World Health Organization

What a Disability is Not:

  • The person
  • A reason to mistreat someone
  • A way to take advantage of the system
  • A means for attention
  • A curse or punishment
  • An easy way out
  • A moral consequence

Types of Disabilities

  • Mobility
  • Sensory
  • Environmental
  • Developmental
  • Cognitive
  • Psychiatric

Sexual Rights

  1. Opportunity for sexual expression
  2. ...
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Gay Lovers Video Course

Welcome to Loveology University’s sneak preview video course on Gay Lovers. This in-depth course will teach you everything you need to know about coming out, finding a partner, dating and relationships, as well as how to have great sex for gay men.

What does it Mean to be Gay?

These days being Gay refers colloquially to homosexuality.  To be gay means to identify with people who are romantically and or sexually attracted to the same sex.  For this article and video course, we are referring to gay men.  Our course on gay women is here.

An increasingly large amount of research has been done to determine the biological role in orientation and more specifically, homosexuality.

Our genes, hormones, environment, experiences and programming by our peers, all influence our sexual orientation.

Fellatio: Tips on Oral Pleasure for Men

  1. Use the tip of your tongue and slide it side to side across his urethral opening
  2. Lick, kiss, and suck the frenulum for extra...
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Couple’s Enrichment Video Course

Welcome to Loveology University’s sneak preview video course on Couple’s Enrichment and how to create intimacy in a relationship.  This in-depth course will teach you the fine art of love, communication, seduction, tantra and everything you need to know to reignite your relationship and renew that sizzle and spark.

Welcome to Loveology University’s sneak preview video course on Couple’s Enrichment and how to create intimacy in a relationship.  This in-depth course will teach you the fine art of love, communication, seduction, tantra and everything you need to know to reignite your relationship and renew that sizzle and spark.

What Does Couple’s Enrichment Mean?

It has all the ingredients of true love: friendship, respect, trust, communication and passion.

Communication: Showing Gratitude through Compliments

Giving compliments is one of the easiest ways you can show love and gratitude to your lover.  And, it makes them feel good by...

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Sexual Intimacy Video Course

Welcome to Loveology University’s sneak preview video course on Sexual Intimacy.  This in-depth course will teach you everything you need to know to find everlasting love, and how to nurture a strong romantic love relationship.

“Among men, sex sometimes results in intimacy; among women, intimacy sometimes results in sex.”― Dame Barbara Cartland

What is Intimacy?

Intimacy comes from the Latin: intimus, meaning “innermost”, and intimare, meaning “to make familiar”.  Thus, intimacy is a close familiarity or friendship, that is closely personal and private, and may include sexual intimacy or intercourse.

Intimacy Is:

  • Shared moments
  • Closeness
  • Safety
  • Trust
  • Transparency
  • Empathy
  • Vulnerability

Intimacy Rules of Engagement

  • Get close but not too close too quickly.
  • Sustain a connection but find boundaries.
  • Try to be a lover but don’t lose your friendship.
  • Open up about yourself but don’t overwhelm.
  • Don’t reject...
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