Disability organisations

[Image: Artwork ‘Mosaic’ by Raana Salman (2008). A maze-like pattern made from various materials and objects including flowers, pebbles, stone and grass. Description from the conference book, page 5]  In September I attended the Lancaster Disability Studies conference. I gave two presentations; one in a sexuality-themed session and another one in...

Image: The SWAD logo, letters in yellow against purple background. Beneath is a yellow strip with purple text: Where disability and sex come together. This is the fifth update on my interviews with organisations working with disability and sexuality issues in England (see previous posts here). SWAD – Sex With...

This is the fourth post about my interviews with British organisations working with sexuality and disability rights.  Meet Enhance the UK, a charity led by disabled people! They focus on disability awareness and various issues related to sexuality. Their target group includes people with physical and/or sensory impairments. As such,...

Image description: Three squares with different motifs from the A to Z of disability and sex; on the left, part of a pink vibrator against a yellow background, in the middle the letter Ww and the text ‘Would you?’ with an illustrated white cane formed as a W, against a...

In the last few weeks I’ve been doing fieldwork in England. I have travelled around interviewing representatives for organisations that work for disability rights and/or sexual health and rights (SRHR). The organisations that have participated so far are: Scope, about their #EndTheAwkward campaign of which one part focuses on sex...