Yes, a paralyzed person can make love. Paralysis does not necessarily mean that a person is unable to experience sexual desire or engage in sexual activity. However, the level and type of paralysis may affect a person’s ability to engage in sexual activity and require certain accommodations or adaptations.
Depending on the level of paralysis, a person may need assistance from a partner, caregiver, or adaptive equipment to engage in sexual activity. Communication between partners and/or caregivers is also important to ensure that the needs and desires of the paralyzed person are met and that sexual activity is safe and enjoyable for everyone involved.
It is important to note that sexual expression and intimacy are important aspects of human relationships and can have physical and emotional benefits for individuals, regardless of their physical abilities or disabilities. It is important to support the sexual rights and needs of all individuals, including those with paralysis.