Toronto to host world's first-ever sex orgy for disabled people

Organisers want to change negative sexual attitudes towards people with disabilities

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The city of Toronto is to make some major barriers fall after confirming it will play host to the world’s first-ever sex orgy for disabled people.

Canadian disability awareness advocates, Andrew Morrison-Gurza and Stella Parikarova, say they are tired of facing ignorant attitudes when it comes to sex and sexuality involving those with disabilities.

Ms Palikarova, 35, is the brain behind the idea after becoming frustrated with people assuming her libido is virtually non-existent because she is in a wheelchair as a result of spinal muscular atrophy.

“The naysayers are just subconsciously hating the fact that people in wheelchairs are having great sex – better sex – than a lot of people are having,” she told the Toronto Sun. “I won’t apologise for that. This should not be shocking.

“It should be celebrated. But it’s fine. No progress is ever made without controversy. By making this party accessible, we are saying openly that people with disabilities are sexual beings, and not only in more conventional ways.”

The event – called #DeliciouslyDisabled – will take place on 14 August which is at the same time as the city holds the Parapan Am Games.

 

#DeliciouslyDisabled Friday August 14 @ Buddies in Bad Times #AllAccess Event pic.twitter.com/sj3HinDixX

— Ella Vation (@Ella_Vation) June 4, 2015

 It is not exclusively for disabled people; the invite is open to all.

The entrance fee is $20 – although caretakers can get in for free. The venue will hold 125 people, up to 20 wheelchairs plus walkers, canes and there will also be an interpreter for the deaf.

Mr Morrison-Gurza, who has been very vocal about the event and sexual equality, is the mastermind behind the name of the orgy: “We needed to create a language around disability that highlights the best parts about disability and one that everyone could have access to.

 

@amgurza1 @AlexxStierXXX I am #DeliciouslyDisabled how about you?? pic.twitter.com/nQr0Hv6XWi

— Bryce Green (@TonyWinnerBryce) April 27, 2015

“What would you do if you saw that really sexy person with a disability at the club?  How would you describe them?” Morrison-Gurza tells the Daily Dot. “#DeliciouslyDisabled helps give you a new way to do that, which isn't steeped in medical or political prose.”

Finally, to raise awareness of the event, here is a 14-minute long video of artist Brent Ray Fraser painting a large #DeliciouslyDisabled sign with his penis. (Probably NSFW).

 

Brent Ray Fraser Supports #DeliciouslyDisabled https://t.co/wKxtVkec32 @amgurza1#brentrayfraser #PenisArt

— BRF (@BrentRayFraser) June 2, 2015

 

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