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Sex across the spectrum

I WAS BORN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY IN MY LEGS AND WALK WITH CRUTCHES. I KIND OF FELL INTO BEING AN ACTIVIST BUT I DO IT BECAUSE WHEN I WAS YOUNGER THERE WAS NO ONE DISABLED I COULD REALLY LOOK UP TO IN THE COMMUNITY.

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Differently Abled Dating

Everyone would put me in a box, feel sorry for me, wonder ‘what are you going to be able to do? You’re not going to be able to have a normal life’. Other disabled activists I saw out there were concerned with politics and changing laws, I just wanted to go out and have fun and have sex, but no one around me could understand that. My insecurities about having a disability included not feeling hot enough, not feeling like I was worth enough, but no one would ever say that - it was always very binary, very black and white problems. I had all this stuff in between.

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In this super-hot Sex Issue, we are celebrating sex positivity and body positivity, all of the good stuff, basically. In a host of incredible interviews and opinion pieces, the community speaks about the issues that matter to them. The fabulous Evvol talk about showcasing lesbian eroticism in their work, while a special report details the afterparty scene for gay men. We speak to Mary Shannon, the custodian of the Irish Names Quilt, while iconic photographer Wolfgang Tillmans talks about his latest exhibition. In recognition of the 30th anniversary of World AIDS Day, we highlight the activists and volunteers of ACT UP and KnowNow and look at key moments in Ireland's battle against the virus. We also speak to people from across the spectrum of varying relationships about why theirs works for them. We think you'll enjoy this one!