Toronto Will Host An Orgy For Handicap People, There Will Be A Sign-Language Interpreter To Describe The Sex

by 3 years ago

On August 14th an orgy is being held in Toronto by the name of ‘Deliciously Disabled’, it will bring together any handicapped individuals in the area willing to fork over the $20 for a ticket. How’s this handicapped orgy going to work? Well, “a wheelchair can become just a big sex toy,” says Andrew Morrison-Gurza, so there’s that. No, this is not just some South Park plot come to life, this orgy is the brainchild of a 35-year-old disability awareness consultant by the name of Stella Palikarova.

Palikarova sees this as “The Berlin wall of sex for people with disabilities is coming down!” according to the Toronto Sun’s Mike Strobel who caught up with her to discuss this unique orgy. Here are some choice excerpts from The Toronto Sun:

She is in a wheelchair because of spinal muscular atrophy but nothing is wrong with her libido.
She’s tired of people assuming there is.
And she’s tired of bumping into barriers everywhere, in homes, in offices, in stores, in the street … in sex clubs.”
Sexuality and accessibility. Two sore points for the disabled. What to do, what to do …
Aha, said Stella. An accessible orgy answers both.

Stella and club marketing whiz Fatima Mechtab approached local hotels about housing their accessible orgy and, well, you can imagine the response. Finally, Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, four blocks from Oasis and totally accessible, agreed. The orgy, called Deliciously Disabled, goes Aug. 14.
That’s the second last day of the Parapan Am Games. Stella figures some of those athletes will want to unwind.
But the orgy is open to all, disabled or not. The place holds 125 including about 20 wheelchairs, plus walkers, canes and even your Personal Support Worker (PSW), who gets in free. (Be sure to warn him or her beforehand where you’re going.)
The party will include hydraulic lifts. No, fella, they’re for getting in and out of wheelchairs.
There will even be an interpreter for the deaf. I’d buy a $20 ticket just to see that — an orgy described in sign language.
You don’t have,to have sex, of course. It’s a masquerade ball, so if you’re shy you can wear a mask.
If you’re not shy, well, “a wheelchair can become just a big sex toy,” says Andrew Morrison-Gurza, 31, another organizer and disability awareness consultant who has cerebral palsy.

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

The orgy is open to all, disabled or not? I suppose it would be offensive to non-handicapped people to be exclusionary and keep them out. But if you’re going to hold an orgy for the handicapped population shouldn’t it remain for the handicapped population? Also, am I not the only one worried that something like this might turn into the craziest orgy the world has ever seen? This could go on for weeks, months. The way this woman talks about her libido and handicapped sex, I think it’s all safe for us to assume that this will be an orgy for the decades.

For more on this story you can click on over to the Toronto Sun.


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