Sex Positive Spaces Can Liberate People with Disabilities

For those living with a disability, opportunities to explore sexuality are far from accessible let alone encouraged.
Institutional restrictions and social taboos have squandered any chance of sexual exploration, regarded by many as a fundamental part of being human, with the power to improve physical health and psychological well-being.
One non-for-profit group ‘The School of Really Good Sex’ is aiming to change that, hosting sex positive spaces for those with a disability and members of the general public to explore their sexuality, in an inclusive and consensual space.
Producer: Julia Carr-Catzel. 

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