At The Pleasure Garden we know that everyone has a right to a fulfilling sex life. Sex and pleasure are a massively important part of our lives. Having a disability or health condition should not exclude you from that. We think it is important to acknowledge that disabled people want to – and do – have sex, buy sex toys, are kinky, are gay and all the various shades of sexuality there are, just like non-disabled people
Living with a disability or health condition can however impact on people’s experiences of sex, pleasure and intimacy. Sex toys can be hugely powerful in helping disabled people to achieve the things they want for their sex lives. We aim to provide straightforward information so that people are able to make choices about what products are right for them.
The Pleasure Garden is an inclusive sex shop and we are working to be as accessible as possible:
- On our product pages we describe the key access features of the toys we sell. This includes things like the size and placement of controls and the weight of the toy.
- We deliberately choose to stock products which are accessible, adaptable and inclusive.
- Our website allows you to filter products by features such as ‘Hands-Free’ or ‘Disability Friendly’.
- Our staff are able to provide you with personalised advice to help you find the right sex toy for you. If we don’t know the answers to your questions we will try to help you find someone who does.
Sex and Disability Guides
Our Sex and Disability Guides offer more detailed information about sex and disability. They include disability specific product recommendations and information on adapting sex toys.
Since every person’s experience of disability is different it would be impossible to create a guide that meets everyone’s individual needs. If you would like more specific advice, please do get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your needs with our experienced staff.