People with functional disabilities today represent a minority from which society has taken away their right to sexuality. All humans are sexed beings and should be able to express their sexuality freely. However, they feel that society has taken away this right. The illegalization of sexual assistants, social prejudices and the lack of an integrating individuality create barriers to self-pleasure and self-knowledge of desire.
The '(sex)abled' project intends to show this reality and make it public by presenting an innovative and critical program that demonstrates the need for the role of the sexual assistant, as well as the free sexual expression of these people.