Clients with disability

In this section you will find lots of helpful information for clients who want to access the services of sex workers. We have also gathered other material to assist people gain a deeper understanding of some of the issues that may, or may not arise, when arranging a sex service in the FAQ section.

Our Policy and Procedural Guide for disability service providers supporting clients to access sex workers is also available in the resources section of our website.

Referral List of disability-friendly sex service providers 

Touching Base has a Referral List of disability-friendly sex service providers in Australia and limited areas in New Zealand.

The Referral List contains information provided by independent sex workers and commercial sex services premises operators to be shared with clients with disability and their families or support staff if required.

Please click here for more information and to access the Referral Request Form.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on accessing sex services

This resource has been developed by the Touching Base Committee for clients with a disability and their personal carers. It is also recommended reading for sex workers and other adults. These FAQs contain sexually explicit material of an adult nature.

Client Stories

We are always deeply grateful for any stories that clients or others are willing to share with us. Click here to read client stories.

Clients Guide
Sex Industry Facts

Everything you wanted to know about the Sex Industry, but were afraid to ask.

Discussion and Submission Papers

Our collection of discussion and submission papers allow you to learn more about potential developments in the field of supporting people with disabilities to explore the sexual lifestyles of their choice and other rights issues at a deeper level.

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