awareness for disabled desires

People with disabilities have the same biological desires as the rest of us, but charity Scope is trying to remove some of the awkwardness from seeing a couple making out on a wheelchair outside a restaurant. In this case, it would seem that the awkwardness comes from the public affection rather than the disability. However, "Scope’s research shows that the majority (67%) of Brits feel awkward around disabled people." So, let's try to see people as people and not your assumptions. Take a minute to get to know someone new.

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