Disabled sex: "Escorts should be a choice, not the only option"
A charity says paying for sex is a choice for disabled people, but shouldn't be the only option.
Enhance the UK has told the BBC more needs to be done to normalise sex among those living with a disability.
Blogger Alex Squire has paid for sex in the past. The 29-year-old from Lincoln, who is disabled, says a long-term relationship is his preference, but that he "doesn't have the same opportunities as able bodied people".
Meanwhile, Marianne, a sex worker from Portsmouth, who specialises in disabled clients, says it's about "normal and natural" physical contact.
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