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25-Nov-2016 09:13

Women with a Disability Australia committee member Bonnie Millen said social expectations had left them in the dark."There was a general assumption by the public that they wouldn't be able to act in a manner that was sexually appropriate, so having those tools like contraception condoms, sexual rights, reproductive rights, they're generally non-existent," she said."It's a very sad thing because it's not encouraged and it's not implemented by schools or in later life to encourage people with disabilities to have an active sex life."Amber Del Pin from Adelaide has Osteo Genesis Imperfecta, also known as brittle bone disorder, and has been in a relationship for 10 years.

She believed not providing advice about sex and relationships might put someone else like her in harm's way."I think that sometimes leads to risky behaviour and I kind of wish that there had been someone back when I was much younger to pull me aside and go 'Hey these are the things that you are going to have to consider'," she said. I didn't get any of that," he said."I really had to do everything on my own."People with disabilities can now get support with organisations such as CARA, which has adopted an open approach to sexuality with its client base.

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Sex crime is a distasteful subject, and the last thing I want is a negative association between autism and such behavior.

The sexual development of people with a physical or intellectual disability is being freed of its taboo status with disability services prepared to embrace the subject for their clients' benefit.

Disability advocates believe that in the past, little sex education had been aimed at people with a disability.

"Unnatural acts", among them lesbian sexuality, are punishable with 100 lashes.

And for repeat offenders, the death penalty awaits.

Sex crime is a distasteful subject, and the last thing I want is a negative association between autism and such behavior.The sexual development of people with a physical or intellectual disability is being freed of its taboo status with disability services prepared to embrace the subject for their clients' benefit.Disability advocates believe that in the past, little sex education had been aimed at people with a disability."Unnatural acts", among them lesbian sexuality, are punishable with 100 lashes.And for repeat offenders, the death penalty awaits.Autistic people ARE NOT by nature sexual predators of any sort.