In order to describe the Best Practice, please complete the table below. Please enter the answers in the column on the right. This column also includes additional, more detailed questions and explanations to particular categories of Practice and proposals for answers (e.g. in the question about the area of implementation), which are in italics.



Name of the organization/Institution

implementing practice


Area of implementation



Target group / Beneficiaries

– Youth People with disabilities between 16 and 72 years old.

-Different degrees of disability and different needs of support.

The main objectives

– Know myths and false beliefs about sexuality.

– Know and work on concepts about sexuality.


– The teacher who carries out the activity must explain and carry out the different activities. He/she must motivate to increase the participation of the participants at all times.

The description of the practice

This activity covers different parts:

1. Introduction:

The young people were divided into 2 working groups of 5 people each

 Each was given a white sheet in which he defined the term sexuality in its meaning (writing or drawing), after which each team wrote / drew on another sheet the concept of sexuality in the sense of the group.

The teacher offers the definition of sexuality:

“Sexuality is a central aspect of the human being that is present throughout his life. Covers sex, gender identities and roles, sexual orientation, eroticism, pleasure, intimacy and reproduction. It is felt and expressed through thoughts, fantasies, desires, beliefs, attitudes, values, behaviors, practices, roles and relationships. While sexuality may include all of these dimensions, not all are always experienced or expressed. Sexuality is influenced by the interaction of biological, psychological, social, economic, political, cultural, ethical, legal, historical, religious and spiritual factors ”(WHO definition).

By comparison, they obtained such similarities and differences on how each perceives sexuality, moments of intimacy and tenderness in the couple.

2. They watched 3 scenes about sexuality (tenderness, abuse and fulfillment of physiological need) – false myths and beliefs

 Then, in the 2 groups of 5 participants, they commented on their impressions and opinions

3. Each group expressed their beliefs about the 3 scenes presented by realizing the differences on sexual intercourse by taking true or false beliefs.

Methodology/Didactic tools

Didactic tools:

2 Groups work of 5 participants.

Additional materials /Equipment needed

  • Interactive screen / computer / tablet with internet.
  • Pictures;
  • Video


The activities will be evaluated through discussion groups, since these activities consist of each participant giving their opinion.



Although initially there was a restraint in expressing opinions and opinions on this subject, when they were trained and encouraged discussions at first to be free and unrestrained, thus leading to great moral and personal satisfaction, as well as very clarifying emotions and feelings. in terms of sexual intercourse, tenderness and intimacy in the couple.

On the other hand, because it was a group work, there was a gradual increase in the feelings of belonging to the group, trust and empowerment of all participants..

Recommendation and guidelines

We consider it important that discussions on sexuality take place primarily in the family, then extended to school (during leadership classes / educational projects / meetings with sex education specialists) as sexuality does not only involve sexual intercourse, penetration, but involves emotion, feelings, acceptance and last but not least love.

Communication is essential, especially in the case of hearing impairments, a situation in which the message can be easily misinterpreted, when it is necessary to intervene with images, videos and other means of support, as well as the use of simple, clear and concrete.


  1. Women do not get pregnant in their first sexual relationship.
  2. A woman cannot get pregnant if she has only had one period.
  3. A man is more mature if he has sex with his partner.
  4. Alcohol increases sexual capacity.
  5. Having sex standing up does not get pregnant.
  6. Most teens have sex.
  7. Sexual games with genital contact, without penetration, just “outside”, they do not get pregnant.
  8. If sexual intercourse is not very frequent (few times), there is no

danger of pregnancy.

  1. If adolescents have irregular periods, they are not at risk of pregnancy.


  1. Women can get pregnant in the first or any relationship sexual, even if it is only one.
  2. A woman can get pregnant even before having her first menstruation if you have sexual intercourse in the first fertile period or first ovulation of your life, which always occurs before the first menstruation. The male is fertile from his first ejaculation.
  3. A person is more mature if he faces his sexuality responsibly and respect. A man is not more virile if he has more sex.
  4. Drinking alcohol decreases sexual capacity It does not increase it. The alcohol disinhibits people which does not mean that it makes them more capable sexually. It is more in conditions of ingestion of alcohol are committed physical and sexual violence that would not occur in a normal state.
  5. The only ways to prevent pregnancy is sexual abstinence or use of a safe and well-used contraceptive prescribed by a professional trained.
  6. According to the information in our country, the majority of adolescents minors under 18 have not initiated sexual intercourse. Surveys from INJUV.
  7. If there is contact of the genitals, a pregnancy can occur due to impregnation, if ejaculation occurs on the external genitalia, even if there is no penetration of the penis into the vagina.
  8. Women can get pregnant in the first or any relationship sexual, even if it is only one.
  9. A woman can get pregnant even before having her first menstruation if you have sexual intercourse in the first fertile period or first ovulation of your life, which always occurs before the first menstruation.