Private funders need not develop a new specialty or even add a new kind of project to their portfolios; it is enough to include a disability dimension in the kinds of activities they already fund. The goal is not sexual rights projects to help sexual minorities with disabilities, the goal is sexual rights projects to help all sexual minorities, including people with disabilities.
Disability has not yet been mainstreamed into sexual rights programs. Relatively modest outlays that include a disability dimension could result in significant improvements in the full and effective inclusion of sexual minorities with disabilities in society and also, with due attention to evaluation, in important lessons learned.
Sexuality and Disability (PDF)