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Product Information Understanding & Expressing Sexuality: Responsible Choices for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities

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Here is a description from 1992, when the book was first published:

"For too long individuals with developmental disabilities and intellectual disabilities have been expected to be asexual. Consequently, these people have been expected to repress their inherent sexuality and to obey rules and regulations that deny their right to sexual expression. Here, the author, through the use of case studies, discusses topics and issues including: human anatomy and physiology, maturation and body changes, inappropriate sexual behavior, abuse, and offenders, birth control options, sexually transmitted diseases, aspects of psychosocial-sexual behavior and psychosocial development, and marriage and parenthood."

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