Illustration of female legs with prosthetic, panties around ankles.

A is for Amputee – #EndtheAwkward

This October, as part of End the Awkward, we’re celebrating the loves and lusts of disabled people in Britain today with an illustrated A to Z of sex and disability. It’s time to End the Awkward and get it on!

A is for Amputee is part of Scope’s A to Z of sex and disability

The A to Z of sex and disability takes a raunchy and light-hearted approach to debunking the myth that disabled people don’t have fulfilling sex lives and relationships, when nothing could be further from the truth.

We’re releasing new content each week in October and every day we’ll feature a new letter –  expect to hear some seriously awkward stories as disabled people dish the dirt on sex and dating.

We’re kicking off the A to Z with A for Amputee… with Alex Brooker’s awkward morning-after-the-night-before story that anyone will be able to emphathise with. “I cannot tell you the panic that goes through a person’s body when you cannot locate all of your limbs!”

A for Amputee is part of Scope’s A to Z of sex and disability. Read the rest of the A to Z

4 thoughts on “A is for Amputee – #EndtheAwkward”

  1. I enjoyed you deaf article in dating being deaf myself as well as a whole host of other problems.
    But what a shamecthat you do an article on disability and have videos with no subtitles it is so infuriating – why miss this?
    It’s the same with a Tv trying to watch the live news WITH subs is bad enough watch a whole story subs stop half way through get to the end go to a break or next article and the story you have watch has ended but so have the subs so you’ve been left not knowing.
    You are doing an article on disability please think of us deaf eople add SUBTITLES it can’t be hard with today technology !

    1. Hi Mary, All our videos are subtitled. You may need to turn subtitles on by clicking on the “CC” icon at the bottom of the video player.

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