Eva Sweeney didn’t get into sex education because she wanted to help people or become a teacher. Rather, it was because she didn’t find any applicable information for her when she as a teenager with cerebral palsy. Check out her website here. https://www.crippingupsexwitheva.com/
We discovered Kristen Shultz from their article on adapted sex toys in the Sex Tech Guide. Turns out they have a great website and podcast all about disability, chronic illness, and sexuality. You can find it here.
Many people use sexual devices to enhance sexual pleasure – either when masturbating by themselves or when having partnered sex. Many people do not experience orgasm (alone or during partnered sex) unless they use a sexual device. Some people with mobility limitations use sexual devices to increase their range of options to give and…
Compass is a Toronto – based organization that supports LGBTQ people with cognitive disabilities. A number of years ago they filmed a documentary about participants in the group and their living experiences. It’s informative and deeply moving. You can watch it here
UBC and GF Strong Rehabilitation Hospital have published a manual with great information on how people with disabilities can use sexual devices (often referred to as sex toys or adult novelties) to increase sexual pleasure. http://www.dhrn.ca/files/sexualhealthmanual_lowres_2010_0208.pdf