Life, Love, and Disability: Sex Education with Young Women with Intellectual Disabilities

Persons with disabilities have often been excluded from discussions on sexuality. Drawing on narratives of young women with intellectual disabilities participating in a qualitative research study, this presentation will focus on the findings of a study involving the implementation of sex education curriculum with women with intellectual disabilities, as well as hear the voices of the women involved in our study on their own sexuality.

Amy Williamson, Kagendo Mutua, Olivia Robinson