This article discusses important issues related to people with disabilities and quality of life as it relates to the role of leisure in sexuality.
Leisure and recreation activities also serve as the primary means by which people come into contact with one another and form relationships and eventually opportunities for sexual expression.
Although the type and frequency of participation in sexual activity varies from person to person, differs within cultures, and potentially changes as one ages, physical intimacy is a primary aspect of being human and plays a key role in quality of life. Quality of life is a concept that exists without a concrete, consensus definition.
Or is quality of life some combination of these factors, a subjective appraisal made by each individual about whether he or she is truly happy and satisfied with life and its opportunities?
Might quality of life be seen as what people do with their free time, where and how they participate in recreation and leisure?