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Watch: Disability commissioner on sex workers... life as a disabled man

The Commissioner for the Rights of Persons with Disability has defended his call for a discussion to break the taboo of sex and the disabled.

Oliver Scicluna said it was pointless trying to ignore the fact that some disabled people might be resorting to dangerous or illicit means to fulfil their sexual needs when there are potential physical and mental repercussions. 

Mr Scicluna opens up about the realities of life as a disabled man, as he urges people with a disability to be activists to fight for what is rightfully theirs. 

The full Times Talk interview will be uploaded tomorrow. Watch excerpts in the clip above.

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