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Re: My client's sexuality
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Posted by Betty
on June 20, 2000 at 09:57:13:
In Reply to: Re: My client's sexuality posted by Carol A on June 20, 2000 at 01:57:10:
: I don't know if your message is even a serious one, but sexuality is not an inalienable human right, nor a caregiver's responsibility in any way. In fact getting involved with a patient's sexuality is crossing the line of professionalism and I seriously have my doubts about any true expert so advising.
: Many people have to forego sexual pleasure due to many different circumstances.
: I think this guy was covertly coming onto you.
: He should meet some females and get into a personal relationship, not ask for help to masterbate. There are people that are attracted to others with all kinds of disabilities and conditions. He should be encouraged to open up to making friends rather than just think of his bodily desires. It is a lot more satisfying.
Carol A. has given good advise if this is a "for real" post. I have a strong feeling that this post is just "an attention getter"!!!!!
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