Welcome to the Ready, Sexy, Able news round-up for July.
This month we have news and opinions from all over the world, about everything from sexual health rights for disabled people to the changes that can happen in a relationship after disability.
I have also included some sex education articles that aren’t disability-specific, as well as a section for general disability rights pieces.
Sexuality and Disability
My Husband Had to Learn Sex Again, and I Had to Become One Tenacious Bitch is an excerpt from Wondering Who You Are: A Memoir> published earlier this year and available in print, e-book, and audio.
ACSEXE+: Talking disability and sexuality in Montreal (audio podcast, no transcript)
This review of Loneliness and Its Opposite: Sex, Disability, and the Ethics of Engagement, available in both print and e-book, suggests that this research on the sexual lives of disabled people living in sweden and Denmark is valuable, but that at over 300 pages,and filled with theory and analysis, this book won’t be accessible to everyone who could benefit from reading it.
and Sex Is a Funny Word, a sex ed book for 8 to 10 year olds available in print and e-book.