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Kiss the awkward goodbye with our Valentine's Day cards.
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See all the End of Awkward films, also available with audio description, British Sign Language interpretation and open captions.
Two thirds of non-disabled people feel awkward around disabled people. We want to put an end to this, break down barriers and maybe even fall in love.
This Valentine’s Day, Scope is urging the British public to ‘kiss awkward goodbye’ with a collection of tongue-in-cheek Valentine’s Day cards that will hopefully bring people together.
And that’s not all Scope has planned for the most romantic day of the year. In a frank film, disabled people dish the dirt on dating, relationships, sex, and the stigma that comes with it. TV presenter Sophie Morgan, musician and actor Mat Fraser and filmmaker Kate Monaghan are just a few of those revealing their most awkward moments on camera.
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Film: Sex, relationships and disability