“Just The Two of Us” Showcases Need for Privacy, , , ,
Everyone has a right to enjoy romantic and sexual relationships.

Being a Parent With Down Syndrome, , ,
Jad Issa is a father, a husband and a community pillar.

‘I was sure they would fall in love!’ The dos and don’ts of amateur matchmaking, , ,
Have you ever thought of setting up friends of yours on a date? Matchmaking has been around for centuries, but in the age of online dating, we only seem to h…

Couples With Down Syndrome in People Magazine

The world-famous weekly runs a photo feature celebrating folks with Down Syndrome in loving relationships.

Podcast on Dating With a Cognitive Disability

Dating, Relationships, and Disability is a weekly podcast that tackles many subjects. Earlier this month they welcomed Katherine McLaughlin from Elevatus Tra…

Get Married – Lose Your Benefits?, , , , , , ,
Outdated laws take away benefits from people with disabilities if they marry or move in together.

Touch Starvation is Bad For Your Health

Many people with disabilities get almost no touch – which can cause serious health problems. Here are some solutions…

Disabled Parts, , , ,
This website moves past the mechanics of disabled sex, and explores the emotional & erotic sides.

The Ups & Downs of Dating With a Cognitive Disability

In this podcast, people share their stories & living experiences on this topic.

New Musical About Sex & Disability, , , , , , , , , ,
Move over, Avenue Q. There’s a hot new show breaking out of Brooklyn!

Sex Education Season 3 Is Must-See TV

The Netflix teen comedy series breaks new ground by featuring a lead character with a disability as part of a romantic triangle.

Love on the Spectrum Season 2
Love on the Spectrum is a Netflix series that follows several folks with autism as they navigate the world of dating and love.

Sex & Disability Roundtable Discussion Video
In honour of Disability Pride Month, Alberta-based podcaster Ryan Jespersen hosts a roundtable discussion.

Canadians with Disabilities Discuss Consent
In this article from Refinery 29, people with various disabilities discuss how they learned about consent

Video Series from Scandanavia
Breaking Taboos Through Networking is a Scandinavian project to de-stigmatize sexuality among people with disabilities.

New York Times Opinion, , , ,
An Op / Ed piece arguing that sex education is essential for all students.



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