First Published in 1996. This book has resulted from our awareness of the difficulties that professionals and parents face in accepting the sexuality of the people with learning disabilities with whom they live and work. It has been written at a time when discussion of such difficulties, and awareness of the prevalence of the sexual abuse of people with learning disabilities, is becoming more and more common.

part |4 pages

Part One: Ethics, learning difficulties and sexuality

part |1 pages

Part Two: Sweet little mystery: the person with learning difficulties as a sexual being

part |4 pages

Part Three: Exploitation, abuse and assault: the sexual misuse of people with learning difficulties

part |3 pages

Part Four: Being and becoming: sex education, responsibility and the limits of inclusion