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We start from the premise that people with disabilities can be sexual beings – just like anyone else.

We answer a number of questions a woman living with disability may have about her body, about sex, about being in an intimate relationship or having children, or about encountering violence.

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This section answers a number of questions and addresses concerns you may have about your body. This ranges from discovering

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Here, we explore any questions you may have about having children, whether you want to get pregnant or adopt a child. We talk about how to take care

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There are a lot of myths surrounding sexuality and disability. In this section, we help you bust these, and talk about various aspects of your sexuality.

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You may encounter violence at many levels. Here, we talk about questions you may have about facing sexual harassment

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Relationships can be tricky, and so in this section, we explore how to navigate them, right from socialising to being.