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Needless to say, gay people with disabilities struggle to find a place for themselves, to break out of social isolation, to find intimate partners and even to learn to accept their own bodies and sexual orientation.
It’s not an easy road, says Frank Hull, a wheelchair user with cerebral palsy living in Toronto.
“People seem far less uncomfortable around people who are Deaf, for instance, than they do around those in a wheelchair.” This perhaps is because, or why, the gay Deaf community is quite visible in some Canadian cities.
“Of those in wheelchairs, there seems to be a higher comfort level with those with paralysis, for instance, than with those with cerebral palsy or advanced MS,” Lock adds, noting that this tendency is reflected also in the heterosexual community.
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People like Cory Silverberg are working to change that.
“After what they’ve been through,’” Hull says, the gay community should have learned more about accepting difference.
Pat Israel, a bisexual wheelchair user and feminist, knows how it feels to fight for acceptance.
The able-bodied co-owner of Come As You Are, a gay- and disability-friendly sex shop in Toronto, says disability is a part of his consciousness.
The Toronto store has a ramp, a wheelchair accessible washroom, and 85% of the merchandise is displayed under five feet to be accessible from a wheelchair.
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“He was an older gay man living in an extended care facility, and was very, very lonely.