The best way to get the most out of your sex life, and to see what suits you and your partner, is through experimentation, imagination, and learning what feels good.
It’s all about finding out how your body responds to different things, and you may find there are various positions that are better or more comfortable than others.
Robin is 22 and has a spinal injury following an accident at work.
“I know it might come as a shock, but we feel the same things as non-disabled people,” he says.
Regardless of disability, starting a relationship when you feel rubbish about yourself may not be the best way forward.
If you believe you’re inferior, you’ll be perceived that way: but if you think about what maintains a relationship after initial attraction, it’s more likely to be a great sense of humour, thoughtfulness or a sense of adventure, than a ‘perfect’ outer form.
So don’t define yourself by your disability; it’s only one part of you.