Today's, and past societies, tend to believe that persons with intellectual and/or physical disabilities should be non sexual.
Culture has tended to set various rules and ideas on how people should look and act.
A wide range of disabled volunteers are involved in running the support network, social events, the Sex and Disability Alliance, the V-Group for disabled women with sexual problems, an LGBT network,a social group for neuro diverse people, and research projects.
We campaign for disabled people to be accepted as sexual partners.
Deaf Queer Resource Center (DQRC) ( This is the place to go for resources and information for, by and about the Deaf Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered communities. NET - This website reviews a large number of websites providing chat services.
In addition to interesting articles and news, chatrooms.
survey found that 70% of people would not consider having a sexual relationship with someone with a physical disability.