Sexuality and Disability Featured on Inclusion Revolution This Week

IMG_6641sm reachAbility is pleased to announce the next episode in the 2014 season of Inclusion Revolution on Eastlink Television. Airing weekdays at 2 p.m. and Wednesday evenings at 9 p.m., the show is an engaging, community-based show dedicated to creating an inclusive culture.

For the current season, host Tova Sherman provides us with an entertaining and informative opportunity to change the way we view disabilities in our community, workplace and beyond through discussions with experts on a variety of topics.

Beginning Monday, March 3, this week’s show features a discussion with sexuality and disability educator, Kaleigh Trace. According to her website, “Kaleigh (Annie) Trace is a (dis)abled, queer, feminist sex educator living and writing in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Her work centres around promoting safe, shame-free and consensual sex for people of all abilities, ethnicities, races, orientations, and gender identities.”

In the video above, Tova has a brief discussion with Kaleigh just after the filming of the episode back in November. Tune in this week to witness the full interview.

The full season’s schedule can be viewed on the Inclusion Revolution website: