Stephen Hacking died peacefully at his home in the early hours of Wednesday. Stephen survived for 51 years with the debilitating disease and achieved numerous breakthroughs in the field of Physics.
Stephen Hawking sex life
Stephen Hawking was diagnosed with motor neurone disease in 1963. In 1965, he got married to his first wife, Jane Wilde and was using a stick at that time but still relatively able. The couple had their first son, Robert (b. 1967) and the first daughter Lucy (b. 1970) and the couple’s third child Timothy was born in 1979. In the 70s, Hacking’s disability had progressed to the point that he was finding it difficult to speak and be understood.
“Hawking was suffering from Motor neurone disease which does not affect the sexual ability or the ability to have an erection, and orgasm will remain unchanged.”
Stephen frequently visited sex clubs
Stephen was seen many times in California based “swinger’s club” called Freedom Acres. A member of the club said: “I have seen Stephen Hawking at the club more than a handful of times. He arrives with an entourage of nurses and assistants. Last time I saw him, he was in the back ‘play area’ lying on a bed fully clothed with two naked women gyrating all over him.”
Author’s take: Advanced ALS patients can enjoy an active and satisfying sex life with their significant other. ALS only affects the nerves which control the voluntary skeletal muscles while Sexual arousal and function are controlled by the