Sexuality is something that is often taken for granted. For disabled people, this rings especially true. Uneducated opinions lead others to believe that disabled people are either asexual, unattractive, unworthy of love, or all of the above. The following outlets are spreading awareness, and showing the world that disabled people can be sexy, too.
People with disabilities are often assumed to be aromantic and asexual. The Love Abilities festival is working to change this belief through online sessions, which discuss disabled people and their desire for love, sex, and intimacy.
Disability After Dark is a podcast designed to “Shine a bright light on disability stories.” Andrew focuses on topics, like sex and disability, that are often assumed as taboo. He identifies as a Queer Crippled man. Diagnosed with CP, Andrew uses his platform to tell his own story, and share the stories of other disabled people.