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The sex worker I visited was relaxed, happy, easygoing. She was able to make me feel comfortable in her company. I was impressed with her experience and knowledge and the fact that she was sensitive to my needs and understood how difficult this was for me.
Client interviewed in RESPECT, the magazine of Self Help for Queensland Workers in the Sex Industry

Useful Links


A good source of sex workers in Britain

Bent Voices

A sexy site for disabled gay men

Best Practices Policy

The Best Practices Policy Project is an organization dedicated to creating excellence amongst organizations and advocates working with sex workers in the United States. We produce materials for policy environments, address research and academic concerns and provide NGOs with technical assistance. Everything that we do is guided by principles that protect the rights of people who engage in commercial sex in all its forms.

Cliterati (UK)

Depression and Disability

Desiree Alliance’s Guide to Transportation

Guide for Disabled Homebuyers

Helping Alzheimer’s Sufferers Cope with the Loss of a Loved One

Home Safety for People with Disabilities

Increasing Physical Activity among Adults with Disabilities


International Professional Surrogates Association. See also Discussion on Sex Surrogates. #HuffPostLive

On Seeing a Sex Surrogate (USA)

Outsiders Club

An online internationlal club which welcomes people with physical and social disabilities to join their club, make new friends, enjoy peer support and find partners.

Personal Finance Guide for People with Disabilities

PunterNet (UK)

A long-standing website listing sex workers and reviews by the people who hire them

Queer Sex Work

For everyone who identifies as LGBTI or queer.


Support And Advice For Escorts: independents supporting each other, with a special forum about disability

Scotpep Sex Worker Tool Kit

Scotpep is a highly professional voluntary body working with sex workers to improve their rights and safety. They are part of the Global Network of Sex Work Projects NSWP. Their tool kit might be of great use to you. Scotpep is one of the few sex worker groups who actively support TLC in what we do.

Sexual Assistance (Switzerland)


The Sexual Health and Disability Alliance for health and social care professionals. Meets twice a year in London discuss supporting disabled clients and patients in their sexual expression. An International network is also in action.

Shakti Tantra (UK)

Shakti Tantra runs workshops in pleasure and some of its practicioners specialise in seeing disable clients.ia

Stay Active with a Disability: Quick Tips

Surrogate Therapy Articles

Surrogates – a clarification

Touching Base

Australian group supporting people with disabilities and sex workers to connect with each other, focusing on access, discrimination, human rights and legal issues and the attitudinal barriers that these two marginalised communities can face.

UK Adult Zone

Another good source of sex workers in Britain


UKNSWP is a non-profit, voluntary association of agencies & individuals working with sex workers.