First-of-a-kind expo calls for conversation on sex and disability

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(Image: Virginia Samuela, Living Life my Way Champion)

Feather boas, intimate toys and crowds of people talking sex are not things you might normally expect to find under the roof of a disability services organisation. But recently in Western Sydney, a first-of-its kind expo set about blowing up the stereotypes surrounding disability and sex.

Staff at the organization hosting the expo, Northcott, say that the event designed to break down myths and raise awareness about some of the unnecessary barriers that people with a disability face in trying to live a full sexual life.

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Monday, March 24 2014
Produced By Tim Roxburgh
Featured in storyVirginia Samuela - NSW Government Living Life my Way champion for people with disabilitiesEileen Simoni - Occupational Therapist on the Adult Outreach team at Northcott, Co-ordinator of the Feel The Vibe expo
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