INDEX
“able- disabled” (Wade), 268– 269
absence- excess paradox, 171– 172
abuse, sexual: boundary between
aff ection and, 151– 164; capabilities ap-
proach and, 287, 292; Danish discus-
sions on, 18, 56; Danish publications
and attitudes on, 69, 70, 109, 157– 163,
260; disabled men accused of, 90– 92;
emotional blackmail, 141– 142; fears
of, 2, 8; “If I don’t do anything . . .”
formulation and, 90– 93; male helper
vulnerability to charges of, 90, 142;
McCarthy on, 10; plans of action as
guarding against, 107; sex work as,
177; Swedish discussions on, 2, 13, 17,
90– 92, 136, 138, 240, 263, 289– 290,
293, 312n8; Swedish publications
regarding, 153– 157, 240; talking about
sex as preventing abuse, 158; talking
about sex considered abuse, 8, 85, 88,
93, 115, 130, 180; unreported sexual
assault, 113
access, sexual, meanings of, 19– 20
activism: disability rights movement,
5– 6, 268– 269; left ist and Marxist,
58– 63, 226; Lenger and, 65– 66
aff ection- abuse boundary, 151– 164
“Affi liation” capability, 283, 286
Aft onbladet, 176
agents of change, 240– 246
A.H. Bulletin (A.H.-Bulletinen), 58– 60, 63
alcohol policies, 219– 220, 315n3
Amour sans limites, L’ (Love without
limits) (fi lm), 185, 213
Note: Page numbers in italics refer to illustrations.
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