Sex and the Single Guy

August 2010
PN;Aug2010, Vol. 64 Issue 8, p24
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the sexuality and relationship of men with spinal-cord injury (SCI). It states that internet dating made men with SCI easy to meet potential partner and establish an intimate relationship. It mentions that men with SCI are struggling to discuss sex after they have an SCI and that sexual encounter after the injury could lead to frustrations and discouragement. It stresses that a good sexual life after having a SCI takes time, patience and consideration.


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