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(p. 336) Understanding Sexuality in the Context of Disability 

(p. 336) Understanding Sexuality in the Context of Disability
(p. 336) Understanding Sexuality in the Context of Disability

Linda R. Mona

and Kimberly Smith

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date: 17 April 2021

Chapter 70 discusses understanding sexuality in the context of disability, including common issues, culture and diversity, adaptive sexual activity, barriers to sexual expression, positive sexual expression, and sex-positive approaches to treatment, clinical considerations.

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