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March 17, 2015 / Randall

Disabled Students Rarely Get Sexual Education, and That Can Be Dangerous

Many disabled people are desexualized by media, pop culture and their own families, who assume that they are not interested in sexuality and don’t experience sexual attraction — and these same individuals make the mistake of assuming that this means disabled people don’t have sex, and aren’t targets for sexual assault.
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