Toronto will host the first-ever orgy for the disabled, dubbed "Deliciously Disabled," approved for an August date, coinciding with the Parapan American Games held in the Ontario capital this year. The $20-a-ticket "accessible orgy" will admit able-bodied people as well, and according to organizer Stella Palikarova, 35, a disability awareness consultant who is in a wheelchair because of spinal muscular atrophy, it's a watershed moment for those with disabilities.

"The Berlin wall of sex for people with disabilities is coming down!" she told the Toronto Sun

The Parapan American Games is a multi-sport event held every four years after the Pan American Games for athletes with physical disabilities. The first games were held in Mexico City in 1999, and this year's event will be held Aug. 7-15, with over 6,000 athletes from 41 countries expected to participate in 36 sports.

Palikarov came up with the idea for "Deliciously Disabled" when she was planning a paper she will be delivering in Toronto for the Canadian Sociological Association. The paper, called "Experiences of Dating and Sexuality among Heterosexual Females with Congenital Mobility Disabilities," made her think about what she called "bumping into barriers" for the disabled everywhere -- "in homes, in offices, in stores, in the street...and in sex clubs," she told the Toronto Sun.

So she and marketer Fatima Mechtab secured a location for the orgy, which will take place Aug. 14 and will even provide an interpreter for the deaf. 

"By making this party accessible, we are saying openly that people with disabilities are sexual beings... and not only in more conventional ways. This should not be shocking. It should be celebrated," said Palikarova.

"Deliciously Disabled" co-organizer Andrew Morrison-Gurza, 31, a disability awareness consultant who has cerebral palsy, agrees. He told the Sun, "[A] wheelchair can become just a big sex toy."