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This is a much needed service, man. In 10th grade Mrs. Douglas, a true badass of a woman, told us she supported prostitution. When someone asked why she said some very impactful shit, “Well it’s a great way for people with disabilities to get a natural human anti-depressant.” She was one of the only teachers to ever like me, which is awesome because she was the coolest person.
This was really interesting to watch. I can’t lie, some parts made me really squeamish. But Rachel’s commitment to ensuring everyone has normal sexual experiences is so affecting, she seems like such an interesting person, and so do her clients.
It makes me feel so torn… I obviously support what she is doing and the legalization of prostitution. But I also wish all the disabled people in the documentary could have partners if they wanted them. I know that prostitution gives them a means to express themselves sexually but probably a lot of people also just want a partner that they can talk to about their day, EVERY day. I feel so genuinely lucky for having a husband and even though I have my own health issues it puts into perspective how privileged I am. I hope everyone can find happiness with themselves and what they do.
Guy has great sense of humor.
Otto’s mom is a great mother and an extraordinarily understanding person.
Rachael is always cheerful and bringing happiness to people who would never get it otherwise.
And disabled aren’t the only “forbidden to have sex” people. The ugly, the socially impaired, the old, the secluded etc.
I work with people with disabilities and it’s nice to see documentaries like this.
At around the 47 minute mark during the shower the emotions were so powerful I started crying. She is amazing. She is giving these beautiful souls a chance to have intimacy, and she really cares about them. This is beautiful.