Disabled people enjoy sex just like able-bodied. The only difference? They enjoy it unconventionally. All sexual dialogues are filled with innuendos that cater only to the able-bodied. Disabled and disability sex is something that's never addressed or acknowledged. Our work aims to change that by not only informing real, able-bodied people that the disabled have sex, but they have sex differently. And that's normal. For the physically disabled, we’ve reimagined the Kamasutra as a means of positive affirmation — since it has been a beacon of sex across age and cultures. And for the neurologically disabled we’ve used music to drive the concept of pleasure.