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  • karleysluteverThe hardest part about muscular dystrophy? The lack of intimacy. Up on Slutever today: Five people with muscular dystrophy get real about living with a disability and the need for love and sex. By @detroitimproper

  • alexandhammyMaybe you should have made that your title instead of putting us all in a category that doesn't apply to everybody. @detroitimproper
  • alexandhammyYou know very well that muscular dystrophy doesn't have much awareness so to make people think that all of us are like this is uncool.
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  • aneisaifwhat's this pic from
  • barrra@aneisaif it's from Saved.
  • jonathanovenden@alexandhammy like what exactly? That you like intimacy and sex like everyone else? What about that offends you? Do you not want to be considered as having the same drives and desires as people without MD?
  • ripannanicolesmith@alexandhammy you know this is an opinion piece, right? Opinion pieces ≠ news articles, which is what I am assuming you are irate about. But you should know the difference between an op-ed and news story before going on a verbal rampage of someone's experience that they bravely took the time to write. Anyway, bravo @detroitimproper !
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  • alexandhammyMy comments make it pretty clear. I don't like the title because it's not accurate. Muscular dystrophy has no awareness and it's making us all look like we're like that guy. He should have named the article "how muscular dystrophy affects me. What the hardest part is" not everybody.
  • liiiilllliiiie@alexandhammy It should be safe to assume when you read someone's opinion piece that they are writing about their own opinion.
  • alexandhammyHow retarded are you people? Opinion or not it still categorized us, which is inaccurate. And you cannot blame lack of intimacy on muscular dystrophy it's clearly his own doing. I know tons of people with muscular dystrophy where this does not apply whatsoever.
  • alexandhammy@jonathanovenden I'm saying it's not the hardest part of muscular dystrophy. Why is that so hard for you to comprehend? Do you have muscular dystrophy?
  • mara_mads@alexandhammy why don't you write a piece and share your opinion? I genuinely think people would like to hear your POV. Better space than the comments on another post
  • alexandhammyI'm well aware that this is an opinion piece. I'm saying that there's not much awareness for muscular dystrophy so he should have chosen a different topic rather than something that doesn't affect most of us. Or chosen a different title. This is my last fucking comment because I don't need to keep explaining myself to you people because none of you are affected to even understand.
  • mara_mads@alexandhammy for a disability and self love advocate you don't sound very accepting of or interested in others' life experiences. I hope one day you find the curiosity in individual experiences that makes leaders and advocates so essential to their respective communities
  • jonathanovenden@alexandhammy the article was written with input from 5 people with muscular dystrophy so obviously not everyone agreeso with you. Just because it isn't the hardest part for you doesn't mean it isn't for others. Why is that so hard for you to understand. Are you so arrogant as to insist all articles should reflect what you consider to be more important?
  • alexandhammyI'm not when it categorizes me and others to make us look like we don't get laid because were handicap
  • linda_427Hey karley this is so random and weird but I've been reading breathless on vogue for a while and just realized that you're totally the modern Carrie bradshaw. Love it!!!
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  • fashioninformerldpI love how inclusive you are about all things sex- and relationship-related (which encourages others to do the same). Bravo!
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