- My Quick Links
- You have no saved Quick Links
We have partnered with the sexuality health educator at McKinley Health Center to offer resources, education and passive and active programming for students with disabilities in the area of sexuality and relationships. One of our first projects is a column, "SEXABILITY," highlighting student-led concerns in the area of relationships, intimacy, identity and disability. Another project is to provide information regarding accessible sexuality resources for students with disabilities. To access an annotated list of resources, click here: To suggest a resource, please send us an email!
If you are interested in writing a piece for this column, please let us know! We’ll keep feedback confidential and anonymous. We want student voices and if you want to submit a question, topic you’d like to read more about, suggest a name for the column or give us feedback, email Susann Sears. We’d love to hear from you!
To read the latest entry in our SEXABILITY column, click here:
Let's Talk About Sex-September 2013
Accessing Sexuality-October 2013
Relationships Over Break-December 2013
"My Turn"-A Student Perspective-February 2014
Approaching Others-April/May 2014
Nice To Meet You:Getting to Know our Bodies-Sept/October 2014
Emotions in Relationships-November 2014
Communication in Relationships-Jan/Feb 2015
Rejection in Relationships-Oct 2015
Attraction and Disability-March 2016
Safer Sex 2017-January 2017