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“I think we just kind of have to take the weight off of it a little bit,” he said. There’s a lot of crazy stuff happening, but I still love where we live. And I think that everybody has the right to do what they want and be the person they want to be — as long as it’s effecting positive change in the world.” Tortorella also talked up his podcast, , which he launched last month. In the ad, Dixon, then 26, exudes confidence and defiance in a black one-piece suit: her eyebrow is cocked, her arms are crossed, and her biceps look cut as she poses next to a slogan that reads, “She doesn’t want your sympathy.But her opponents might.” Dixon stands tall and elegant against the stark white backdrop, her left leg muscular and shapely.“It’s an open conversation with people in my life, some who I’ve been in relationships with, some who I look up to in a lot of different ways,” he explained. “We’re just having conversations about love, sexuality, relationships, gender identity and how everybody is an individual.” RELATED VIDEO: Hilary Duff Calls Out Nico Tortorella for Being Naked on the Set of And while he acknowledged he’s been with both men and women, he couldn’t nail down a specific trait he preferred in either gender. Any of those scenarios would do a number on your self-esteem.The challenges of dating with a disability don’t begin and end in the bedroom—they start with education, move to dating and accessible spaces and encompass sexual preferences that may change as your disability does.
“It means I do whatever I want whenever I want it,” he said. ” Tortorella, 28, said he’s always taken this unrestricted approach to sexuality.Finding a caregiver who can operate your vibrator for you, or readjust your limbs (and sometimes those of your partner) into the correct positions so you’re comfortable and don’t get pressure sores.Maybe even asking your partner to help you empty your catheter bag before you go to sleep.Dixon looks every bit the poised, self-possessed Olympian, and she was—except for one area of her life in which she felt painfully insecure.“People assumed I was very confident in my body, traipsing around in a bathing suit,” says Dixon.