Disability, the Stigma of Asexuality and Sexual Health: A Sexual Rights Perspective

Date
2009
Authors
Kangaude, Godfrey
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Publisher
University of Hawaii at Manoa -- Center on Disability Studies
Abstract
This article discusses the stigma of asexuality generally attributed to persons with disabilities. It examines how this stigma posses a barrier to attainment of sexual health. It argues that health programming must treat persons with disabilities as sexual subjects who have sexual rights in order to advance their sexual health.
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Keywords
disability, stigma of asexuality, sexual rights
Citation
Kangaude, G. (2009). Disability, the Stigma of Asexuality and Sexual Health: A Sexual Rights Perspective. Review of Disability Studies: An International Journal, 5(4).
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