Sex & Disability

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Rediscovering intimacy after disability

Sex & Disability
Doing 'it' is all you think about when you're hormonal and young. What happens, then, after an accident that changes your life forever?

Sex and Disability 101

Sex & Disability
People with disabilities being viewed as ‘not sexual’ means living in a world that makes them feel like they aren’t sexy, or like they aren’t potential sexual partners. For the abled community, this perception reinforces the unfair sexual prejudice surrounding disability.

Disabled and LGBT: double the trouble

Sex & Disability
'Disabled people have no interest in sex, right? And, if they do, they are straight only. A disabled LGBT person? Now that's just crazy talk!' Absolutely not!

Help! My parents don’t think I can have sex!

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'I am 21 and live with a disability: cerebral palsy (CP). All my friends are falling in love and having sex with their boyfriends. I want that, too, but my parents say that's not an option for me. Is that true?'

Talking about sexuality and disability

Sex & Disability
What’s it like to have a love life being disabled? Shonali Bose’s movie ‘Margarita With A Straw’ answers this question -- resulting in rave reviews worldwide.

Sex and disability: myths busted

Sex & Disability
People living with disabilities (PWDs) can and do have sex. In the past, few people researched, or even talked about, their sex lives. Now this is changing. But there are still many myths out there – so let's bust them!