字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 NARRATOR: The name Perkins carved in stone. Below a gothic tower, a boy navigates with a cane. MILLER: You really can't separate out sexuality and social skills, because sexuality is really your maleness or your femaleness, and it's how the world relates to you in those roles, the expectations that society puts on you relative to behavior, you know, simple things like how a man and a woman react to one another or treat each other in public, things like that. So really, you can't separate the two. And one of the biggest problems in this area is that everybody concentrates on the little word "sex," and actually, you know, sex is who we are, not what we do. NARRATOR: In a photograph, three adolescent friends who are visually impaired share a laugh. A girl with braces wears a broad smile as she stands between two male classmates. I think one of the bigger challenges is, many times, getting both educators and families to understand that the very young child, when you're starting to talk to preschoolers about this topic and talking to parents, is that they will become adolescents. And I think that's the bigger challenge, because socially we tend to think of people with disabilities as not ever growing up, and they do grow up, and many times, that's when people think about the topic of sexuality education and social skills, because it becomes more problematic. NARRATOR: Fade to black.