The Outsiders Club
Catering to physically, sensory and socially disabled people so they can make friends, enjoy peer support, and find partners. We hold lunches around the country and run an online Clubhouse. Applicants are vetted , so we do not admit predators. Importantly, our club is much more than a dating club.
The Sex and Disability Helpline
07770 884 985
Open 11am – 5pm weekdays and run by sex therapists who specialise in disability. Callers are disabled people, their carers and parents. Emails come from all over the globe.
– the Sexual Health and Disability Alliance – www.shada.org.uk
A group of health and social care professionals, lawyers and sexual service providers who support each other in their work to ensure their disabled clients enjoy their bodies, sex and relationships. We meet twice a year in London and are campaigning for all governing bodies to include sex and disability in their policies, guidelines and training.
A website where the pioneers of sex and disability around the world write about their work and discuss.
A website for disabled men and women to find responsible sexual services – Tantric practitioners, sexological bodyworkers and sex workers. The service providers are all vetted. TLC offers much needed advice for disabled people as well as their care staff and parents..
The Sexual Respect Tool Kit
For GPs and other health and social care professionals to feel more comfortable initiating conversations around sex. This website is praised by many other charities and it includes a film, posters and resources.
The School of Sex for people with disabilities
a website which is www.School-of-Sex.info
Written by sexually experienced people with disabilities and those who support them including sex workers, care staff and enablers, etc. Covering all kinds of topics such as how to gain sexual confidence and become proactive, how to deal with the sex and relationship problems of diabetes, and how to enjoy sex when you have had a stroke.
We help in the Disability Field at the Glastonbury and they make a donation and we also run annual accessible fundraising ball and Awards nights. Donations are very kindly received from well-wishes sometimes sent using the Donate button on the websites, via GoFundMe, or by using Give as you Live or Easy Fundraising.
Everyone who works for our projects,are voluntary professionals who work hard to ensure disabled people are less lonely, enjoy both peer and professional support, learn about their bodies and how to enjoy sex and relationships, and find partners.
The Outsiders Trust is a registered charity, No 283350, which began in 1982.
We have six trustees who meet four times a year and around 200 volunteers around the country.