Asking Disabled People About Their Sex Life Without Their Consent is Sexual Harassment

Hey folks! I just wanna make a quick announcement to all the lovely able‐bodied folks who just can’t resist asking us about our genitals and how we use them. If you ask a disabled person about their sex life without their consent, you are sexually harassing them.

Sexual harassment is covered in Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. When you ask a disabled person about their sex life without their consent, you are committing sexual harassment.

Asking disabled people about the manner and frequency in which they use their genitals is gross—don’t do that. If you do, you are sexually harassing that person.

Because sexually harassing someone is against the law and asking someone about their genitals/sex life without their consent is sexual harassment:

If you are in a place of business, you should be removed and not allowed to return.

If you work at said place of business, your employment should be terminated.

If you are on the street or otherwise in public you should be maced until all thoughts of your victim’s genital function are removed from your mind via your burning retinas. 

I do not care if the consequences of your actions cause you to lose your friends, job, or housing. I do not care if no one ever talks to you again. I do not care if every online dating service in the world blacklists you.

Frankly, I see it as only fitting that you starve to death behind a dumpster—your last words being the sound of you banging two legless barbie dolls together while screaming But how is this supposed to work?!