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Sexual Fetish for partners with a physical disability, particularly impaired mobility such as a wheelchair or braces.
John Money of the Johns Hopkins University in
Maryland, USA termed this lifelong,
overwhelming and to a degree sexual fascination for orthopaedic appliances and
their users abasiophilia. More recently, some have suggested that
abasiophilia may be a form of Body Integrity Identity Disorder (BIID). The
stimuli for abasiophilia are usually leg-braces, wheelchairs, crutches, spinal
or neck braces and prosthetics worn by disabled people.
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