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A stand up comedian with cerebral palsy talks about why she only likes to have sex in Queensland, Australia.
SIXPO festival, a sexuality festival centering the voices of those with disabilities, is seeking volunteers.
A groundbreaking program out of England supports parents with cognitive disabilities.
Latecomers marks a shift in the representation of disability on Australian television, says media professor Anna Hickey-Moody.
Assuming a disabled person is nonsexual or undesirable to any able-bodied or nondisabled person is suggesting that disabled people are automatically excluded from the full range of the human experience.
Smart Sex Resource is a sexual health info website operated by the BC Center for Disease Control.