Fumble Talks: Sex and Disability with Penny Pepper

In this episode of Fumble Talks, we chat with Penny Pepper on having sex when you’re disabled

Fumble Talks to Penny Pepper: poet, performer and activist. Penny speaks to us about touch, intimacy, identity and her ongoing mission to represent disabled experiences. Penny leaves us with a powerful message: you are valuable as you are, and you have a right to sexual pleasure, regardless of your disability. And yes, you can have great sex with a disability.

“It’s not all about cunt and cock..! I want to encourage disabled people to feel sexy about themselves, because they damn well are.” – Penny Pepper

Fumble Talks is produced by Phoebe McIndoe. Music is also by Phoebe McIndoe. And with special thanks to our guest, Penny Pepper for featuring in this episode.

If you want to hear more from Penny Pepper about relationships and sex for people with disabilities, check out her website, which has links to her articles, books, and videos.

If you’d like to be featured in our next episode or want to find out more, please contact us at editor@fumble.org.uk. And if you loved our episode on Sex and Disability with Penny Pepper, why not check out our episode of Fumble Talks: Sexual Health.

Read More

Yes, People with Disabilities Are Having Sex (And Enjoying It)

Page last reviewed: 20 July 2020