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Bridging the gapDo you live with a disability?
Chronic illness, recovering from an injury or surgery, cancer, heart attack, stroke, normal progression of aging, medication, declining physical stamina, stress, and your overall mental health are all possible health conditions that can limit the quality of your everyday SEX life unless you make a conscious decision to raise your level of “Sexability.”

— Dr. Marylou

 

Booklet
Heighten Your Sensuality & Intimacy: Innovative Techniques for the LP Body

A resource manual used in conjunction with Dr. Marylou’s  sexuality workshops for Little People, was the first explicit 76 page resource covering techniques in sensuality and intimacy. Beautifully illustrated (by Irene Yuen) with creative comfortable & pleasurable positions that is suited to your range of mobility.

Please Note: This booklet was originally written and designed in 2004 to meet the conservative standards for a Little People of America (LPA) conference.

A comprehensive revision will soon be published to include the diverse range of topics dealing with dwarfism, disability, sexuality, and gender identity related to:

  • Living with a disability, chronic illness, or injury
  • Lesbian, Bisexual, Gay, Transgender, Two Spirit, & Queer (LBGTTQ)
  • Surrogate Sex Partner Therapy
  • More explicit details of techniques and illustrated positions
  • Q & A from clients, parents, and professional clinicians.

PART 1 – Covers areas that heighten the sensual quality of your daily life and as an individual in general. When living your life passionately, you naturally project these traits to your intimate life and enhance your relationship with yourself and your partner.

  • What is Sensuality?
  • Attitude
  • Body Image
  • Body Language
  • Grooming

PART 2 – Deals with physical intimacy. It is important to note that intimacy does not always mean intercourse and orgasm. You can have a very passionate and erotic experience without intercourse and/or orgasm either alone or with your partner. Our limited range of mobility offers a wonderful opportunity to dialogue with your partner about what is pleasurable to each other and to discover new ways to give of giving pleasure. Ultimately, the real sensual experience is the heightened emotional connection and intimate bonding that you create with each other.

  • What is Intimacy?
  • The Art of Seduction & Romance
  • Online Dating/Long Distance Relationships
  • Kissing
  • Embracing, Caressing, and Non-Intercourse Sex
  • Oral Sex
  • Sexual Positions
  • Toys & Sensual Aids
  • Safe Sex References
  • Sex Talk
  • Resources

About this Booklet
This booklet is the first stage of a continuing study that encompasses extensive research, personal experiences and interviews with short statured individuals about sensuality and intimacy. I have met with many LPs of various dwarf types, male and female, single or married, short statured partners or average size. I want to thank everyone who participated; they were open, honest, candid and most important willing to share their intimate experiences and challenges with me. One married gentleman I interviewed said, “if I had this kind of dialogue and information when I was dating it would have saved me years of unnecessary anxiety.” Another woman shared, “my arms are very short, I have never been able to reach and touch my genital area and feel it with my hands. I felt shameful and embarrassed when I used other means to satisfy my sexual desires. I wondered how others in my situation dealt with this but was never comfortable to talk about it…”

It is my goal to bring forth the range of issues regarding sensuality and intimacy in workshops and future educational literature for short statured adults. We can all benefit by providing each other with much needed information to live a happier, healthier intimate life if this topic is discussed openly, explicitly, and responsibly.

Marylou Naccarato, ACS, CSE
Board Certified Clinical Sexologist
AASECT Certified Sexuality Educator
Consultant, Speaker, Life Coach

Dr. Marylou Naccarato, is a Clinical Sexologist, Sexuality Educator, and Speaker.  Standing a statuesque 3’11” draws from her formal education and life experiences as a person of short stature pioneered an individualized sexuality enhancement education program 10 years ago titled “Heighten Your Sensuality and Intimacy” designed to meet the needs of Little People (ie: dwarfism) and people with disabilities.  She introduces creative techniques, sex positions, and a variety of adult devices that are suited to their range of mobility, to achieve optimal fulfillment in sexual expression. Dr. Marylou also conducts educational sexuality and disability trainings for students and professional clinicians in the fields of Sexology, Sex Therapy, and Physical Rehabilitation.  She personally believes that everyone is disabled or “differently-abled” in one way or another. “It’s all a matter of degree, and whether your condition is visibly noticeable” she states. 

Dr. Marylou is a Board Certified Clinical Sexologist with the American College of Sexologist (ACS), and a Certified Sexuality Educator with the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, & Therapist (AASECT). She is a member of the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality (SSSS) and AASECT. She is also a lifetime member of Little People of America (LPA), and was the former president of the Kniest SED Group (KSG), a dwarfism organization benefiting persons like herself living with Kniest Syndrome and SED related conditions, and their families.

She holds a BA from California State University, Northridge in Sociology - emphasis in Counseling & Interviewing, and Doctorate in Human Sexuality (DHS) from the Institute for the Advanced Study in Human Sexuality. She is currently a Ph.D candidate working on her doctoral research dissertation.

Dr. Marylou consults as a Clinical Sexologist and Sex Educator, conducting numerous personal growth workshops on Sensuality and Intimacy, Inter-Personal Relationships, and Living with a Disability.  She is the author of: “Heighten Your Sensuality and Intimacy: Innovative Techniques for the LP Body” a resource manual used in conjunction with her sexuality workshops for Little People.  She designed the: “LOVE BENCH" - a Personal Activity Lounge for Exercise, Massage, and Intimacy, the only Sex Furniture available for people with short stature and people with limited mobility

Dr. Marylou has appeared on tv, radio, and print. Most notably was a feature in a TV documentary: WEtv: Secret Lives of Women, covering her work as a Sex Educator and Life as a Little Person, Playboy Radio, and is a Sex & Disability blogger for Betty Dodson’s website.

In her previous 23 year career as an IRS Revenue Agent, she conducted over 8,500 audits which she now parlays her highly developed refined skills in interviewing and evaluating sensitive information as a consummate Clinical Sexologist.  While at the IRS, she also served as an advocate in the - Equal Employment Opportunity Office (EEO) for the Los Angeles region representing over 3,000 IRS employees; addressed and resolved disability issues in the workplace, and represented the IRS in community outreach programs.

Dr. Marylou states: 
“My goal is to research, understand, and teach how we can empower
our sexual health in spite of the medical and social challenges
we experience during our lifetime.”

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Dr. Marylou Naccarato, DrMarylou.com, and its contents herein is for educational and informational purposes only. It is not professional medical advice, sex therapy, or counseling. Dr. Marylou does not advocate doing any sexual activity that is painful, uncomfortable, or against the instruction of your medical doctor. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition, or any other situation, in which you require medical or professional help. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of what was stated during a consultation or something you have read on her website.

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