Tag "Disability and Relationships"

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Online dating: staying safe and having the best date

In our series on disability, sex and relationships, expert and resident agony aunt Tuppy – who runs Outsiders, a private club for disabled people looking for a relationship – answers

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Faiza Siddiqui: my sex life after injury

Disability and sex is one taboo we are adamant on breaking, so as thousands celebrate Valentine’s Day, we talk to writer Faiza Siddiqui about embracing her sexuality after sustaining a severe

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Sexual expression and The Rose Centre

Last month, Kirsty Liddard wrote the article Reclaiming our sexual stories for Disability Horizons. Now she talks to us about The Rose Centre for Young People with Disabilities which aims

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Disability and relationships: my changing perspective

Jon Bateman is a freelance writer living in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. He was born with spina bifida and regularly writes about his experiences as a person living with a disability.

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The Undateables: a frank review

Regular contributor, Deborah Caulfield, tells us her opinion on The Undateables, a three-part series following a group of people with disabilities as they navigate the world of dating. Having neither

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Ask the readers: relationships special – April 2012

In the second of our “Ask the readers” series of articles, we share with you some relationship-related questions that  readers have sent in. If you can assist with any of

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Outsiders: talking about disability and sex

Founder of members club, Outsiders, Dr Tuppy Owens hopes to bring a breath of fresh air to Disability Horizons’ readers with her frank discussion on disability and sex. Some of

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Discovering my last taboo

DH contributor, Ben Davies, recently shared a controversial article about his trip to Las Vegas and his decision to pay for sex. Here, Ben shares a thought provoking article exploring