“Ecstasy of a Cripple: The Resurrection of Passion,” geared to shatter societal perceptions on disability and sexuality.”
The experiences of Jocelyn Woods would probably be dismissed if it were not for the fact that she is a disabled women. I wonder how many other women have had similar occurrences but fear being given a negative label. I commend Jocelyn for coming out publicly and exposing her thoughts and her body to the lens of Thomas Dodd, photographer/artist extraordinaire. Perhaps other women will step forward and share their outer/inner body experiences.
Excerpt from press release:
Jocelyn Woods, 27, born with Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA), has launched a global fundraising campaign (indiegogo.com/ecstasyofacripple) and will pose nude and semi-nude before the lens of Atlanta-based photographer/artist Thomas Dodd to document orgasmic raptures experienced in what she describes as “erotic union with the flaming core of the Divine.”
Woods, unable to stand or walk and requiring attendant care for daily living, is receiving global support and acknowledgement for declaring an unprecedented sexual revolution. Carl Barbarotto, author from Washington D.C., remarks “[Ecstasy of a Cripple] is mystic truth with those who have ears to hear and eyes to see.”