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Hi Sean,I come from a part of the world where masturbation is not encouraged and young girls are expected to stay virgins until they get married. That being said I have a question. Is there anyway I can pleasure myself to the max without penetration. The aim is to reach an orgasm without breaking my hymen. Would clit stimulation work?
Clearly, some individuals with severe IDD are incapable of giving informed consent to partnered sexual activities, while others may be particularly vulnerable to psychological manipulation. They all need protection from the potential of non-consensual sexual abuse. However, there are no laws that necessitate consent for sexual activities on their own; that is, there is no need to consent to masturbation and having private space in which to do so is the right of people with IDD . Nevertheless, there are instances in which an individual is denied access to time in his or her bedroom alone, when staff members walk into bedrooms or bathrooms without knocking and despite closed doors, or when people are more overtly prevented from masturbation whether by chemical or physical restraint.
There are times when a team asks a behavior clinician to address a sexually inappropriate behavior, such as public masturbation , masturbation with harmful or otherwise inappropriate items , , sexual touching of others without consent, etc. To do so, the clinician must first determine why the behavior is inappropriate. For example, many behaviors that are inappropriate in a public location are permissible in private spaces? What is the frequency of the behavior and is it such that it interferes with activities of daily living? Does it cause injury to the individual or someone else? Is it illegal? , . Sexual behaviors that are legal, consensual, and do not cause distress to the individual and/or partner are likely not inappropriate. This includes, but is not limited to many paraphilias, masturbation in a private place that does not interfere with activities of daily living, and intercourse with a consenting partner. Similarly, preoccupations and obsessions associated with autism spectrum disorder might, superficially appear to be paraphilias, but not lead to sexual arousal .
There is general consensus that certain skills (e.g. masturbation, menstrual hygiene) may need to be taught to persons with IDD , , . The key question is of course, who should provide this instruction. However, this is often not clearly established in laws and regulations and therefore there is the danger of accusations of inappropriate behavior, both for staff and for families . Clarity in regulations is essential to avoid such concerns and possibly inefficient service delivery due to fear of overstepping boundaries. However, it remains to be essential and ethical course to ensure that appropriate sexuality skills are taught to persons with IDD to reduce likelihood of injury to self  or others or legal implications of engaging in sexual behavior in a public place .
When specific instruction in masturbation is needed, teams should consider using synthetic models , picture schedules, and video models. Direct masturbation instruction with physical contact between the instructor and learner is not feasible as it increases the risks of abuse, possibly via the instructor or via generalization for the learner, i.e. they may learn that it is acceptable for someone with whom they do not have an intimate relationship to touch their genitals. Additionally, by providing direct instruction of masturbation, the student also learns that being observed during masturbation is acceptable. Thus, direct instruction violates rules of privacy and rules of touch (Hingsburger, personal communication, August 1, 2013).
Medical interventions should be assessed for potential sexual side-effects such as anorgasmia and erectile dysfunction. Often, if there is a medication that has these kinds of side-effects, the prescribing professional should seek a dosage reduction or cross-titration to another medication. Second, especially for males, giving a lubricant (and possibly instructions on use vocally or via picture schedule) can yield success and increased sexual pleasure and decreasing the likelihood of friction-induced injury .
In conclusion, sexual expression and experiences are a human right for everyone, and of course, this includes individuals with disabilities. However, it can be difficult to assess if a person with IDD has the capacity to give informed consent to partnered sexual activities and therefore, staff may err on the side of caution to prevent abuse or exploitation. While protection is obviously imperative, it is also important to allow as much personal freedom as possibly and safe. Seeking sexual gratification on their own is less likely to include vulnerability but some individuals may still need protection (i.e. in cases of self injury) and education (i.e. in cases of public masturbation). Professionals who work in the area of sexuality education require training and certification by approved professional bodies. 041b061a72