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This chapter continues the documentation of what it means in practice to either impede or help facilitate sexual lives. A common way of talking about this is in terms of boundaries that get crossed and potentially violated. This chapter discusses the kinds of boundaries that people with disabilities and the individuals who work with and care for them consider are challenged by sexuality. The boundaries examined are those between public and private, work and intimacy, love and sex, affection and abuse, and sex and reproduction.

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