Communi-Tea: Ableism in Sexual Health
When it comes to sexual health and education, people with disabilities are often excluded, talked down to, or treated like they have no sexual desires of their own. How can youth serving professionals change that?

Join the Responsible Sex Education Institute at Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains and a panel of experts for an examination of how healthcare providers and sex educators talk about ableism, and the impact that these conversations (or lack thereof) have on our youth and communities.

Come explore the tea about ableism and learn how you can meet today's youth where they're at.

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The space is wheelchair accessible. If you require additional accommodations, please let us know!
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If you would like to submit questions to our panelists, please do so below. (While we may not have time for every question submitted, we will do our best to address all of the broad themes.)
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