Sep 302015
 

September brought us news and views on the state of sex ed in the United states (not good), disabled women’s access to sexual health care (also not great), the complex mathematical calculations that go into whether and how to reveal a disability in an online dating profile, and more.

Here on Ready Sexy, Able, we unpacked just how ableist nine words tweeted by a celebrity can be, and how a support worker gave all the excuses in the book for why he sexually abused his clients for more than a decade.

More of what this month had to offer:

Relationships and Disability

The ‘About Me’ As a Blind Gay Man

I’m Queer and Disabled and Getting Legally Married to my Spouse Has Made My Life Harder, Not Easier

3 Common Dating Fears at the Intersection of Sexuality and Disability

sexuality and Sexual Health

‘Wheelchair Barbie’ Goes to the Gynecologist

Sexual Health Videos from WomanCare Global

The Dirty Little Secret of Therapy (hint: most therapists don’t know nearly as much about sexuality as we think they do.)

Attitudes outweigh hormones in preserving sexual desire

Sexual aBuse and Disability

Disability and rape on the hospital ward

Disability Rights

Explaining Inspiration Porn to Non-Disabled People

What Was the Telethon?

microaggressions, macroaggressions and disability

I Am What I Am But He Isn’t

Why I Want You to Stare at Me as a Man With Disabilities

Sex Education

If we teach that sex is shameful without teaching consent – how will sexually abused children ever come forward?

What schools are teaching teens about sex will horrify you

5 Terms Every Parent Should Add to Their Sex-Ed Vocabulary. (Language that is useful for all adults, especially points three and four.)

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