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People with disabilities have sex too – so why do some doctors think otherwise?

By Sarah Earle, Professor of Social Science, School of Social Sciences, Nottingham Trent University
People with disabilities are often treated like eternal children who can’t or shouldn’t have sex but their right to a sexual life should be respectedThe Conversation

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