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Andrew Morrison-Gurza wants you to know that there are queer disabled people… and some of them are very horny and quite proud of their bodies and abilities. He is the co-founder of Deliciously Disabled, a social media campaign waking people up to the fact that disabled people actually have sex lives like the rest of us.

Morrison-Gurza — a disability awareness consultant with an MA of legal studies specializing in persons with disabilities — organized the campaign’s first event at Toronto’s Oasis Aqualoung in August 2015.Scheduled to coincide with the Parapan Am Games — a regional qualifying event for the Paralympic Games with over 1,300 athletes with disabilities from 26 countries competing in 13 sporting events. The party was a 125-person event with DJs, burlesque performers, and “lots of booze.”

Designed to be accessible for people with different disabilities, the event also had a “playroom” fitted with harnesses, hydraulic lifts and playfully sexy assistants who helped attendees remove their clothes and engage in sex play if they wanted. Even though not everyone used the playroom, according to one of the volunteers, “There were a lot of people who were experiencing their first sexual encounter with another disabled person.”

“A lot of regular venues don’t accommodate disabilities or are just flat-out discriminatory,” volunteer Chandler Borland continued. “Sex was obviously present because it’s something that a lot of people don’t discuss when it comes to disabilities, but it was far bigger than that.”

“To me, it was all about the people,” Morrison-Gurza told VICE magazine. “Seeing all different types of people—both disabled and not—gather together and party really made me realize how important these kind of events are… People had fun and they had fun without feeling like they needed to fit a mold. It’s going past what we generally think about disability and the people affected by it.

“I like that my body’s curved, you know?” Morrison-Gurza says. He posed nude to for the campaign and event. “I like that it’s different. I like that it’s scarred. I like that there’s all these different facets to it that if I didn’t have a disability, wouldn’t be part of my experience.”

Morrison-Gurza said that he helped create the campaign “because [Deliciously Disabled] is a flavor we’re so not used to seeing… a flavor that we don’t often hear about. I’m very proud of my identity as a person with disabilities and my identity as a queer person. And I think the two worlds really come together in this phrase.”

The hashtag has begun to catch on Instagram with a few folks starting to show their sexy side, including non-disabled ally-slash-porn star Colby Keller.

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