Talking About Sex and Relationships: The Views of Young People with Learning Disabilities (http://www.leeds.ac.uk/disability-studies/archiveuk/change/final%20report%20read%20copy.pdf). This 2009 report describes the findings and research of the Sex and Relationships project at CHANGE, a national organization in Britain led by people with disabilities. Done in partnership with the Centre for Disability Studies at the University of Leeds, this project inquired about the views and experiences of young people with intellectual disabilities (referred to as "learning disabilities") in the area of sex and relationships using drama work, interviews, focus groups, a national survey, and review of education resources.
Doin' It: Sex, Disability and Videotape. The Empowered Fe Fes, a peer group of young women aged 16-24 with different disabilities, produced this award-winning video investigating sex and disability. In it they think about the topic from many perspectives by talking with activists and scholars. The viewer tags along on a date between a woman with a disability and her able-bodied boyfriend as they explore issues in dating with a disability over a candle-lit dinner. Available from Beyondmedia Education in Chicago at http://beyondmedia.org or 773/857-7300.
The Rules of Sex: For Those Who Have Never Been Told. By N. Baladerian, PhD & J. Nunez. This book, available in print or as a PDF, is written with and for individuals who have never had a concrete description of "the rules of sex," and may get or may already have gotten in trouble just for lack of information. Written for young adults. Available in English and Spanish from the Disability, Abuse, and Personal Rights Project of Spectrum Institute at http://www.norabaladerian.com/books.htm.
Retrieved from the Web site of the Institute on Community Integration, University of Minnesota (http://ici.umn.edu/products/impact/232). Citation: Fager, S., Hancox, D., Ely, C., Stenhjem, P., & Gaylord, V. (Eds.). (Spring/Summer 2010). Impact: Feature Issue on Sexuality and People with Intellectual, Developmental and Other Disabilities, 23(2). [Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, Institute on Community Integration].