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9 Things You Must Include in Sexuality Education for Individuals with ASD

9 Things You Must Include in Sexuality Education for Individuals with ASD

Developing a universal sex education curriculum that would apply to all individuals on the autism spectrum is no easy task -- if that task is even possible.  But if we include at least these 9 things, we can become empowered. 

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One Photograph to Break My Silence: A Heart-to-Heart Conversation on Autism and Sexual Abuse

One Photograph to Break My Silence: A Heart-to-Heart Conversation on Autism and Sexual Abuse

The prevalence of autism and sexual abuse exists. We know it exists. So why do we continue to remain silent on this issue? We need to bring that conversation back to life. Even if it is to break the silence -- one person at a time.

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Behind the Scenes of Our Interview for NPR Intern Edition

Behind the Scenes of Our Interview for NPR Intern Edition

The story behind our NPR story on love, relationships and autism -- how it came to be and what one can learn from the experience of being documented in personal day-to-day life.

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Disability and Sexual Rights 101: Slide Show and Overview

Disability and Sexual Rights 101: Slide Show and Overview

A slide show presentation highlighting the barriers people with disabilities face in accessing sexual rights, and why disability and sexual justice matters to everyone from a human rights perspective.

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6 Things an OB/GYN Needs to Know When Taking Care of a Patient with ASD

6 Things an OB/GYN Needs to Know When Taking Care of a Patient with ASD

 Without a doubt, office visits with an OB/GYN are among the most stressful health care procedures... especially for people on the autism spectrum. Because the OB/GYN environment is not often "ASD-friendly", these individuals may avoid these visits altogether. This is unfortunate considering OB/GYN visits are essential in ensuring a person's sexual and physical reproductive health. But little changes in your environment and your interactions can make a world of a difference. If you are an OB/GYN and caring for a patient on the autism spectrum, here are 6 things you need to know.

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Who's Behind Naked Brain Ink?

Lindsey Nebeker is a young woman in her 20's, currently living and working in the Washington D.C. area.

With her unique life experiences, she created "Naked Brain Ink", and spills out writings on love, sex, relationships, pop culture, and other unique topics from one autism perspective.

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