Sex without prejudice
Everyone has the right to consensual non-harmful sexual activity in private, as part of sexual autonomy and respect for private lives. Anyone who has the capacity to make choices about their own sexual expression should be allowed and supported to do so. Care providers have a duty to uphold and enable the rights of people with disabilities. (Claire de Than, Senior Lecturer in Criminal and Human Rights Law, quote from TLC-Trust)
People with disabilities can enjoy sex and may have the same appetite for sex as any of you. Disabled people can live a fulfilling private life in social circles that have no prejudices against sexuality and disabled people.