I wrote a post back in May about my involvement with ETUK and you can read all about that here. I wrote a chapter in the book Undressing Disability, which will be available on Amazon on two weeks, it'd mean the world to me if you get your hands on it. My story is about my relationship with my ex-boyfriend and how he reacted to my health declining, it's quite sad but there's a few funny little anecdotes to lighten the mood. There's more about ETUK and why I got involved on their blog, which I also write for, I like to get about a bit.
Thursday displayed the images of the gorgeous, brave disabled people baring all for the campaign, a film about disability and sex was shown, along with Scope's film for #EndTheAwkward. It was all amazing, I had a fabulous night.
Here's some pics. I hope you enjoy.
|The Gherkin - our venue for the evening|
|The boyf and I|
|Jennie Williams and I|
|The lovely Vicky and I taking a selfie|
|Finally meeting the gorgeous Kelly Perks-Bevington|
It was such an incredible night and I'm so proud to be part of these great campaigns.
Disabled people have sex, get over it.