M is for Myths: Illustration of a laced up corset with bow in the shape of a M

M is for Myths – #EndTheAwkward

The biggest myth going has to be that disabled people can’t have sex. They can and they certainly do, so let’s put that myth to bed.

M is for Myths is part of Scope’s A to Z of sex and disability. This blog contains frank information about sex. It’s meant for people over the age of 16, please only continue if you are 16 or older.

Disabled people can’t have sex. Disabled people have to pay for sex. Disabled people aren’t sexy.

Broadcaster and journalist Mik Scarlet tackles these myths and more in this ten-minute film about sex and disability.

Warning: This film includes content of a sexual nature (obvs!)

For a transcript of the video and more handy tips and hints click here.

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