Source: CBC Radio CBC Radio piece on sexual surrogacy services for people with disabilities in Vancouver, and the current state of sex work laws. The print article and streaming audio of the original broadcast are here
https://video.vice.com/en_ca/video/sexual-healing-inside-the-world-of-medically-assisted-sex/57f53ec994999f4fb8a138e8 One of North Americas’s hippest magazines presents a documentary on disability and sexuality featuring a Vancouver man.
David and Adeline faced many barriers advocating for themselves and their relationship. Neither of them communicate using words. Eventually, though, there was no denying they were in love. Family, friends, and staff discuss how they began to finally recognize the truth right in front of them.
Take a peek inside the handbags of different women to see what each of them they carries with them to support their sexual health and their sexual pleasure. Some are younger, some are older, some are partnered, some are single. All of them are taking their health into their own hands. Visit the page here.
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