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Interactive and videos produced in collaboration with Hospice UK and partially funded by Together for Short Lives Improving Transitions for Young People Fund and The Open University. Audiovisual content produced by Tilt. Design and technical input provided by Elucidat and the Open Media and Informal Learning Unit.
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Everyone should be able to have a relationship if they want and it shouldnt matter if the person has a disability, if the person is in need of wanting sex then it is there right to do so .
It should not matter what disabilties or life limiting conditions a person may have, they should have the right to experience their true sexuality. We are all red blooded humans and have sexual aruges and desires. If i was caring for someone with these conditions i would be happy to support them to achieve what they want and why not. Why should anyone not feel loved or desired by someone else due to their conditions. People with these conditions have just as much right as someone without disabilities or LLTCs.