August brought us a lot of personal narratives, powerful, funny, sad, and thoughtful.
Topics include respectful personal care, dating, not-so-accessible sex toys, a moving day-in-the-life of a support worker for disabled folks who’ve experienced sexual violence, and so much more.
A Bill of Rights as an Autonomous Disabled Person
No One Wants to Be Normal: So Why Are We Awkward Around Those Who Are Different?
On Not Being “Pretty”
Disability Housing: Living, Supporting, and Loving Intentionally
Gender, Sexual Expression, and disability
Gender Differences in Asperger’s: Being a Trans Guy and a Female-Socialized Aspie
Lawsuit: EHarmony Discriminates Against the Blind
Boys in Chairs and Their Toys: My First Experience With a Sex Toy
‘Deliciously Disabled’: Toronto’s Sex Ball for People With Disabilities
Dateable Self-Esteem: Danielle Sheypuk, Ms. Wheelchair NY, Discusses The Evolution Of Sex In The City
Secrets to Sexual Self-Discovery: Going deeper Is Key – Wheelchair Accessible Living
Sexual Abuse and Disability
Sexual abuse of people with learning disabilities is too often overlooked
Arts program helps women with disabilities navigate sex, relationships