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Emily's talk on sex and disability is inspiring and thought-provoking. She addresses the issue of sex and relationships for the disabled, and how disabled communities can have access to this, which others usually take for granted.
Emily hopes to elimate the sexual taboo that surrounds disability by 'undressing' it. She tackles the subject of sex and disability head on in a revealing and open talk. Expect to feel uncomfortable and empowered by this subject
Emily is a 24 year old accessibility consultant, Lonely Planet travel writer and TV presenter currently based between the UK and Rio De Janeiro, where she is working on making the underground transport system for the Olympic and Paralympic Games inclusive for all.
Emily has cerebral palsy and is a permanent wheelchair user. She has experience working and travelling in the UK, China, Australia, southern Africa, the Sinai Desert, the USA and South America. With a Masters Degree in Disability Studies, and having presented a documentary on disability, sex and relationships for BBC3, Emily hopes to elimate the sexual taboo that surrounds disability by 'undressing' it. Expect to feel uncomfortable and empowered by this subject
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx