The crazy s3x life of a woman and her 2-foot-8-inch man...

Arizona resident Mindie Kniss is happily married to 2-foot-8-inch-tall Sean Stephenson — a man who she says is "one of the most s3xual people" she has ever met.

"Just because he's disabled doesn't mean we don't have an awesome s3x life," Kniss told Barcroft Media. "It was different than having s3x with an averaged-size person, of course — but it wasn't a problem at all."

The couple, both motivational speakers, met through a mutual friend in 2009 and tied the knot in 2012 after Kniss moved to Chicago to be closer to her tiny beloved.

Sean Stephenson wedding                                           Above Photo By: Barcroft

Throughout their relationship, the lovebirds were constantly targeted by online bullies who suggested Stephenson couldn't get the job done in the bedroom. People even claimed Kniss was with him for his money.

"I had to set the record straight," she said. "It wasn't love at first sight, but Sean is one of the most sexual people I have ever met — it's appalling to suggest that my husband cannot satisfy me sexually and it's none of their business."

Stephenson was also left scratching his head about the assertions, especially since he knows how much of a Don Juan he truly is behind closed doors.

"Sex is probably the biggest part of my life," he said.

And according to Kniss, the 35-year-old has a wide array of tricks up his sleeve once the lights are dimmed.

"There are no limitations when it comes to sex," she said. "There's no position he can't manage and I don't have to be extra careful."

Stephenson was born with osteogenesis imperfecta — more commonly known as brittle bone disorder, according to Barcroft.

By the time he was 18, he had already suffered 200 broken bones in his legs, arms, neck, collarbone, ankle, femur and nose. Stephenson's worst accident came when he tumbled from his wheelchair while walking his dog, he said. Doctors treated him for a fractured skull, ankle, kneecap, thigh and hipbone.

"That's something that's just a part of my life and it's also something that brings a lot of gifts, too," he said. "Nobody forgets Sean Stephenson after they meet him."

The carefree couple reside in Scottsdale, where they continue to stand tall against people who question their relationship. The effort is one that Kniss believes will truly make a difference.

"I think people are uncomfortable with the idea that those with disabilities are normal human beings and that they have sexual desires and fantasies and enjoy being touched and touching," she concluded. "I think it's a big statement more about people not being comfortable with their own bodies and the thought of the disabled having sex lives."