Friday, August 23, 2013

CHAIR LIFT


L-rd knows it's a hard knock life.  I've got two legs and two arms that both work (relatively) well, a modest, yet moderately above-average cock and a mug that may not win me any model of the year awards but worthy enough for "B" standing porn performer status. . . and . . . that's something I guess.

All that and it's incredibly hard for me to score a decent piece of tail (outside of work).  Imagine Andrew's situation.  Andrew has cerebral palsy, which confines him to a wheelchair.  While he manages to have more sex than I do, his disability does present a particularly vexing set of hurdles many of us likely don't take the time to think about.  I sat down with Andrew over Skype to discuss some of these challenges for a special segment of "Get in Bed With Colby Keller" on the Manhunt Daily Blog.  If you haven't seen the interview already, I highly recommend it, and not just because I spent HOURS pieces it all together, but because Andrew has a lot of brilliant observations worth a earnest listen.

Watch Part 1 HERE.

Watch Part 2 HERE.



4 comments:

  1. Thanks again for bringing this issue forward on your blog. It takes balls to tackle this issue so honestly, and you have proven yet again that you're more than just a porn performer. I hope that we can do more to raise awareness together.

    Thanks Colbs,
    A.

    PS: If anyone reading this wants to follow me on Twitter: @amgurza1

    Cheers

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  2. I did see the awesome interview, and I thank both you and Andrew for doing such an amazing job on it.

    My bf has had RA for years but in the last year things progressed so quickly he has gone from walking on his own power to being confined to the wheelchair. We're still trying to figure things out. Your very frank interview was much appreciated.

    -Michelle

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  3. If you ever need any guidance, Michelle, I am happy to help in anyway that I can.

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  4. excellent interview Colby & Andrew. Thank you for putting your effort into the production. The candor in which the questions were asked and answered made for an eye-opening experience.
    thanks again guys
    Mark

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