Teal ShererI lift my legs into the bathtub and wrap my arms around two stagehands who help me into the warm water. I take a deep breath and think about the upcoming scene. Ani, played by me, recently became a quadriplegic and is being bathed by Eddie, her soon to be ex-husband. Their relationship is complex and heated. As he washes her body, they open up and are vulnerable with each other. Ani shares that even though she “can’t feel much of anything there,” she still has sexual desires. Relationships, sexuality and disability are rarely explored in entertainment, and it’s empowering to say those lines. As the mus