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  1. Talking to young people with cognitive disabilities about sex

    Young people with cognitive disabilities have the same range of sexual feelings and desires as young people without disabilities.

  2. Disability and sexuality

    Sexuality is a key part of human nature. Expressing sexuality in satisfying ways is important for everyone, including people with a disability. Some people with disability may need additional support, education or services to enjoy healthy sexuality and relationships.

  3. Women's sexual and reproductive health (video)

    Find out some facts about women's sexual and reproductive health - including fertility, contraception, menopause, parental consent and conditions (such as PCOS and endometriosis).

  4. Teenage pregnancy

    A young woman who is faced with an unintended or unplanned pregnancy and who is not sure of what to do, can access support to help her make a free and fully informed decision.

  5. Talking to children with cognitive disability about sex

    All people, including those with cognitive disabilities, have the right to explore and express their sexuality in appropriate ways.

  6. Safe sex

    Safe sex is sexual contact that doesn't involve the exchange of semen, vaginal fluids or blood between partners.

  7. Family violence and women with disabilities

    Women with disabilities are more vulnerable to abuse and are more likely to experience violence.

  8. Women's reproductive health - where to find reliable information and services

    This list includes some key Victorian and national services and phonelines providing health and sexual and reproductive health information and or health care.

  9. Talking to children and young people about relationships, sex and sexuality

    Parents and carers can encourage open and honest conversations with their child about relationships, sex and sexuality as early and as often as possible.

  10. Sex and chronic illness

    Sexuality is a key part of human nature. Expressing sexuality in satisfying ways is important for everyone, including people with a disability. Some people with disability may need additional support, education or services to enjoy healthy sexuality and relationships.

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