Research published from to illustrates increased prevalence rates of sexual violence against people with intellectual disabilities compared to the general population. While people with intellectual disabilities experience sexual violence in many of the same ways as the general population,  those with intellectual disability may be more vulnerable to sexual violence because of their dependence on others for economic support, personal care, and support with tasks associated with daily living such as bathing and eating. These additional issues can include questions around the ability to consent to sexual activities,  differential treatment before the law, and restricted access to proper support and recovery services. Finally, racial and ethnic discrimination with disability discrimination increase the risk of sexual violence.
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But it is an area in which extraneous factors impact strongly on people with disabilities, preventing them from enjoying this aspect of themselves to the full. Without a change in general conditions and attitudes, there is little chance of real equality in relation to sexual matters. In a society in which the cult of the "body beautiful" reigns one becomes less sexually acceptable the further one is from the stereotypes of beauty. For many people with disabilities this is a further burden on top of low economic and social status. Men with disabilities may fail to meet the standards of sexual acceptability on the grounds of economic and social status with stereotypical beauty requirements coming in second place.