Already doing it : intellectual disability and sexual agency / Michael Gill.

By: Gill, Michael Carl.
Publisher: Minneapolis, MN : University of Minnesota Press, 2015Description: 288 pages : illustrations (black and white) 22 cm.Rating: Specialized.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780816682980.Subject(s): INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY | SEXUALITY | SEXUAL RIGHTS | HUMAN RIGHTS | WELL BEING | PARENTS WITH AN INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY
Contents:
Preface: Violations of Sexual life -- Introduction: Sexual ableism exposed -- 1. Questions of consent: rethinking competence and sexual abuse -- 2. Pleasure principles: from harm reduction to diversity in sexual abuse -- 3. Sex can wait, masturbate: the politics of masturbation training -- 4. Reproductive intrusions: the fight against forced sterilization -- 5. Not just an able-bodied privilege: towards an ethics of parenting -- 6. Screening sexuality: media representations of intellectual disability -- 7. Smashing disability: sexual transgressiion and the lady boys of Bangkok -- Conclusion: Dismantling ableist assumptions.
Summary: "Why is the sexuality of people with intellectual disabilities often deemed 'risky' or 'inappropriate' by teachers, parents, support staff, medical professionals, judges, and the media? Should sexual citizenship depend on IQ? Confronting such questions head-on, 'Already Doing It' exposes the 'sexual ableism' that denies the reality of individuals who, despite the restrictions they face, actively make decisions about their sexual lives." -- BOOK JACKET
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Preface: Violations of Sexual life -- Introduction: Sexual ableism exposed -- 1. Questions of consent: rethinking competence and sexual abuse -- 2. Pleasure principles: from harm reduction to diversity in sexual abuse -- 3. Sex can wait, masturbate: the politics of masturbation training -- 4. Reproductive intrusions: the fight against forced sterilization -- 5. Not just an able-bodied privilege: towards an ethics of parenting -- 6. Screening sexuality: media representations of intellectual disability -- 7. Smashing disability: sexual transgressiion and the lady boys of Bangkok -- Conclusion: Dismantling ableist assumptions.

"Why is the sexuality of people with intellectual disabilities often deemed 'risky' or 'inappropriate' by teachers, parents, support staff, medical professionals, judges, and the media? Should sexual citizenship depend on IQ? Confronting such questions head-on, 'Already Doing It' exposes the 'sexual ableism' that denies the reality of individuals who, despite the restrictions they face, actively make decisions about their sexual lives." -- BOOK JACKET

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