Emily Print

My vision is to bring comprehensive sex education to individuals with disabilities as well as the general population.

Emily works with Advocates for Youth and Tell Them as a State Activist in South Carolina.

My vision is to bring comprehensive sex education to individuals with disabilities as well as the general population. This population is often overlooked, stereotyped as non-sexual and could easily be taken advantage of because they are not given adequate knowledge. I want to help create a world where young people with disabilities are sexually empowered, educated, and safe. It is important for young people to erase the stigmas associated with sex and disability. Our generation has the power to create change and advocate for those who are most vulnerable.

 
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