Sex and Disability Resource List

Our society tends to perpetuate the idea that disabled people aren’t sexual. Too often, it’s assumed that people with disabilities can’t have sex, or simply don’t want to.

This way of thinking is misguided and means discussions of sex and disability don’t get the attention they deserve. It also means many people are denied access to tools and resources relevant to them.

Challenge ableism in sexuality by exploring the resources below. These resources focus on disability justice, accessibility, and the vibrant sexual possibilities open to disabled people.


The views expressed herein do not necessarily represent the views of Health Canada.

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