Tag Archives: disability

“Fear of a Black (and Working-Class) Planet: Young Women and the Racialization of Reproductive Politics.”

This article is about how Black and Chicanas are more likely to be asked questions about their sexual experiences, contraceptive use, and pregnancy compared to white middle class women. All women face heteronormativity, pressure to get married and sexism and in addition to that there is race and class and notions of what is normal […]

Sexuality Education for Youth with Disability or Chronic Illness: A Resource List

This comprehensive resource list, compiled by the University of Michigan Health System, provides information relating to sexual issues affecting youth with disabilities or chronic conditions. Providing clear and accurate information to youths with disabilities is important– “Young people with disabilities are no different from other kids in their need to understand their bodies and relationships; […]

Sexuality Education for Students with Disabilities

The National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities provides a list of sexual education resources for children and youths with disabilities. This includes information on: Human sexuality in general How disabilities can affect sexuality The special role of the parent The content to be taught Materials developed with specific disabilities in mind Commercial products Link […]

Sex Education for Physically, Emotionally and Mentally Challenged Youth (2006)

This resource, complied by Advocates for Youth, provides detailed information and resources for youth who live with physical and/or mental disabilities— including, but not limited to hearing, sight, and motor function impairments; Down syndrome; cerebral palsy; paraplegia and quadriplegia; developmental disorders; and mental health issues. The resource is divided into the following sections: Statistics and data […]