sex and disability resources
Disabled Women on the Web
Disabled Women on the Web was established by Corbett O'Toole of the Disabled Women's Alliance to provide information, resources, and support for women with disabilities to continue to change the world.
The Deaf Queer Resource Center (DQRC) is a national non-profit resource and information center that provides information and resources to and about the Deaf Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered community.
The Arc is an international organization "of and for people with mental retardation and related disabilities and their families."
An organization of people with developmental disabilities run by people with developmental disabilities. This page offers links to People First chapters and other self advocacy groups around the world.
World Association of Persons with Disabilities
World Association of Persons with Disabilities. Site is available in French, German, Italian, Portuguese or Spanish. An American organization.
Not Dead Yet
Not Dead Yet, a national disability rights group opposing the legalization of physician assisted suicide.
Empowerment zone is a site filled with articles all related to empowerment. Check out it's subsection on sexuality, for articles ranging from sex therapy, to on-line ettiquite.
This excellent site compiles a wide variety of sites related to blindness resources on the internet. They have an extensive list of email lists related to blindness and dating.
Bob Flanagan: The Pain Journal
One of our heros, Bob Flanagan was a writer and performance artist whose life and work was documented in the film Sick: The Life and Death of Bob Flanagan, Supermasochist. The Pain Journal is a full year of Bob?s life documenting the pain he experienced everyday (from living with cystic fibrosis, from boredom, from frustration, from never knowing how long he had to live). It is an incredible and moving text, like all his work it is simple and honest and exposed.
Writer, speaker, activist, Emi Koyama's website filled with articles about disability, queer and trans politics, sex work, and much more. It's worth the visit for the buttons!
Founded at the 1993 National Stuttering Project (NSP) convention in Washington D.C., Passing Twice is an informal network of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender stutterers and their friends. Passing Twice meets every year at the NSP convention, and also holds workshops at other stuttering conferences around the world. In between, we keep in touch through a quarterly newsletter, an e-mail list, and an annual mailing list.
A website for people with fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, multiple chemical sensitivities and more). A good place to go if you have questions about reacting to ingredients in sex toys.
A great site, worth checking out. In addition to links, they offer several discussion lists.
Bent is the archived biographical voice of cripgay men, but BENT also covers disability art and culture, gay and straight, to prove that our differentness and our need for inclusiveness can coexist.
A Canadian disability lifestyle magazine. Covers a range of topics from politics to travel to, occasionally, sex.
Whether you?re already pissed off, or just want to be, be sure to check out this excellent disability rights magazine. They did a sex issue back in 1994 and promise to do another one. Subscription information is available on their site.
A glossy disability lifestyle magazine that usually has at least one article about sexuality in it.
The Ragged Edge
Another great disability rights magazine in the US, this is the new incarnation of The Disability Rag, and they occasionally have articles about sexuality.