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“I was totally blown away! An absolutely outstanding achievement!” – Robbie Leppzer, Award-Winning Documentary Filmmaker, Turning Tide Productions

“The movie makes so delightfully clear, while there is nothing more “normal” (and therefore potentially boring!) than love and sex, everyone’s experience is so tremendously specific that, if you look at them with clear eyes, the stories can be endlessly rich.” – Andrew Bujalski, 2013 Sundance Film Festival Winner

“Thought provoking, eye opening and touching. It’s one of the best things I’ve seen from an Emersonian.” – Anthony Oninnam, Photographer and Filmmaker

“This is an amazing documentary film that shares the truth about sexuality and disability.” Rafe Eric Biggs, Ph.D, Psychologist, Writer, Filmmaker, Social Activist and Founder of Sexability.

“This documentary was so well-done and gave me new insight as to how people with disabilities felt with sexual relationships. I have always been curious, but it always seemed so forbidden to actually discuss.” – Mandy Mawson, YouTuber

May I please just say, AMEN. I’ve been preaching for years that a person isn’t defined by what they can or can’t do. It’s WHO a person is, and what their heart holds that should be the focus. Sadly though, we’re in a looks driven society that has been blinded to the beautiful things that could be seen if more people would just OPEN THEIR EYES.” – nightmiztrez, YouTuber

“Such a great and insightful look at what real life looks like away from the unfortunately still dominant norm. In the end it does not matter what your body is capable of as long as you can adjust your way of expressing your needs and wants to it so that you can be heard, understood and loved.” – Fl4dd3rm0uz, YouTuber

“I think we should begin to use the term “Diverseability” in lieu of the term “disability”… we are all human, we share strengths and weaknesses. It is our differences that make our world beautiful and interesting. Let’s not ‘dis’ each others abilities, let us celebrate our unique human qualities.” – Benyamin Foster, YouTuber

“Thanks so much for sharing this film with the world. What a wonderful and insightful piece. I have never seen such an honest look at people. As we continue to grow and evolve as humans, it is my sincere hope that we can all begin seeing each other as humans and let labeling fall away. These labels simply do not serve us anymore.” – Raychelle Heath, YouTuber

“Loved this! I think I felt relief and finally, here’s someone who is really courageous enough to put it right out there to change people’s perceptions.” – Kathleen Hurley, YouTuber

“Confronting, informative, freeing and humbling.” – Dani Ollie, YouTuber

“So amazing” – Kasandra Brace, YouTuber

“So excellent!” – Amy Blosch, YouTuber

Designed by Gabriella Iarrobino and Alexander Freeman
Maintained by Alexander Freeman
© 2012 The Last Taboo Documentary All Rights Reserved.


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  1. Thanks a lot for sharing your experiences and also for making this documentary! You’re so beautiful. I feel hope for myself. Thanks!

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