Down’s Syndrome

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Cystic Fibrosis

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For more information view the following article –  What they don’t tell you


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(Sex)abled celebrates people with disabilities as sexual beings. This 14-minute film made by San Francisco State University students features the bright and lively participants of the discussion panel sponsored by UC Berkeley’s Disabled Students Union called “Are Cripples Screwed?” Enjoy engaging with Bay area community members and comedian Josh Blue (winner of Last Comic Standing) as they share their personal experiences with sex, dating and intimacy.

Spinal Cord Injury

Sexual function for women and men with spinal cord injury

Sexuality and sexual function following spinal cord injury

Nude: Exploring & Empowering sex after spinal cord injury. U Tube

Sex on Wheels: Creativity

Reeves Foundation: Sex with a disability might not look or feel the same as able-bodied sex but it doesn’t mean that it should be any less enjoyable, you just need to get creative.

Sex on Wheels: Guilt
Reeves Foundation: It’s not unusual for an able-bodied partner to feel guilty for having full sensation, but this does not have to be the case.

Sex on Wheels: The talk
Reeves Foundation: If you have a disability and are starting a new relationship, sooner or later you need to have “The Talk.”

Sins Invalid

Sins Invalid is a performance project that incubates and celebrates artists with disabilities.  Their performance work explores the themes of sexuality, embodiment and the disabled body. They develop and present cutting-edge work where paradigms of “normal” and “sexy” are challenged, offering instead a vision of beauty and sexuality inclusive of all individuals and communities.

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Touching base

Touching Base is a non-for-profit organisation developed to assist people with disabilities and sex workers connect with each other. Touching base project recognises that people with disabilities have a right to sexual expression and aims to facilitate links between people with disability, their support institution, careers and the sex industry; encourage information sharing and sex education programs for people with disability, sex workers and their carers; and  raise public and professional awareness of issues surrounding access and provision of sex industry services for people with disability.