For Je t’aime moi aussi, photographer Olivier Fermariello enters the bedrooms of individuals with disabilities, cutting through taboo and rarely discussed topics to reveal the complex sexual identities of his subjects.In a world that subscribes to a relatively homogeneous definition of beauty, physical differences at times become a source of discomfort.
Image description: Three color photos of light-skinned people with disabilities. The first shows someone in a very stately room with high ceilings, nude except for tall white stockings and what seems to be a very tall, aristocratic wig. The second depicts a person of short stature standing on a stepstool at a bathroom sink, wearing a blue bra and underwear. The third is of a person wearing Superman underwear in a wheelchair, apparently dancing or in motion.