MAJOR UPDATES COMING in late December and early January!
Most people don’t ever really expect to see those two words in the same sentence.But this does not need to be the case! This site is intended to challenge the myths that disabled people are invisible, asexual, unintelligent, undesirable or incapable in any way. This site is meant to be a resource for both the disabled and able-bodied communities, for breaking down stereotypes, raising awareness, and inspiring those with physical and mental impairments to understand and appreciate their sexuality. It’s a very good idea to always believe in the power of improvisation and remember that any impairment can be gotten around somehow. I hope that it will be of use to you all. (Please e-mail any comments or suggestions for additions to [email protected].)
See what your webmaster had to say when she was asked to be a guest expert and respond to an offensive letter for Savage Love.
You can get more detailed descriptions of our main pages, including our bibliography by topic and our Internet Resources.
You can also learn about the site here, including who the creator is and what our mission is.
Submit personal stories and reflections for our Personal Perspectives pages. Remember that if no one submits the pages cannot serve the function they were meant to serve. Remember that every little bit counts, and someone, somewhere, will benefit from what you have to say. Guidelines are not strict.
DisabledSex is a Yahoo Group for discussion of disabled sexuality for adults. It is co-moderated by the creator of this site and is a fairly large group. You can read descriptions of other relevant lists here.
The latest articles for our two columns are now online!
Check out our Article index to find them, as well as resources on specific disabilities and sexuality (ongoing project).
Site news updated Dec. 28 2003, 2:03 PM EST.
A great deal of work has gone into making this site viewable by Netscape Navigator. It is now viewable, but Netscape supports very little in comparison to other browsers, meaning that it interprets the site differently and sometimes wrongly, because it is less equipped to handle newer technology. I would highly suggest any other browser above Netscape. You will notice a difference on many or all pages you visit.