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Sexuality, Relationships and Your Rights

A free book about sexuality and the law for people of all abilities.

Sexuality, Relationships and Your Rights (SRAYR), is a picture based, simple English resource for teaching people about their rights and the law related to their body, health, relationships and sexuality.

Research shows that people with disabilities are at more risk of both being victims of sexual crimes and, often accidentally, perpetrators of crimes. From a sex positive and person-centered approach, this resource aims to empower individuals (and the people that support them) to know how the law can support or protect them from these experiences.

WA Version of SRAYR

SECCA released the current version of its landmark SRAYR book in 2019.  We saw an overwhelming demand for a fresh resource that addressed sensitive and critical information relating to sexuality and the law today.

This version incorporates Western Australia’s laws, and the social and language changes that have taken place in the 17 years since the first version was released.

Consultation with many community organisations led to a number of new sections being added including: dating, sex work, internet safety, sexting, gender identity and pornography. The new resource has hundreds of new illustrations — and has grown from 25 pages to over 100 pages long!

Get your copy

Fill out the details below to receive an emailed download link to the complete Sexuality, Relationships and Your Rights resource as an interactive PDF.

Example page ("My Body") from the current Sexuality, Relationships and Your Rights book.

Coming soon – National Versions of SRAYR

Due to the success of the WA version of SRAYR, SECCA received a second government grant to expand the resource across Australia.  Each Australian state/territory will have its own version of the resource tailored to its specific laws and needs.

SECCA has collaborated with peak organisations across the country which work in the space of sexuality, disability, justice and advocacy. These bodies have worked generously, providing feedback, discussion and community insight to ensure each local version is the best it can be.

Do you live in Regional WA?

We have Collection Points where you can get your hard copy of SRAYR. Please contact your closest SRAYR distributor listed below.

If you are not able to reach one of these organisations, the resource can be purchased from the DDWA website here for $20 per book to cover postage.

Goldfields Region

Esperance – Population Health
2 Forrest St
Esperance 6450

Kalgoorlie – Goldfields Individual and Family Support Association
23 Federal Road, South Kalgoorlie, WA 6430

Great Southern Region

Albany – Uniting Care West
Beryl Grant Community Centre, 31 Townsend Road, Albany WA 6330

Kimberley Region

Broome – Life Without Barriers
Unit 1/12 Coghlan Street
Broome WA 6725

Mid West Region

Geraldton – Midwest Community Living Association Inc
4 Armstrong Street
Geraldton WA 6530

Peel Region

Mandurah – Midway Community Care
6 Galbraith Loop
Mandurah WA 6210

Pilbara Region

Karratha – Empowering People in Communities
De Grey Place, Karratha WA 6714

Newman – Empowering People in Communities
Kalgan Drive, Newman WA 9753

South West Region

Bunbury – inSync For Life
Suite 1, 11 – 13 Victoria Street Bunbury, WA 6230

Busselton – South West Autism Network
6 Pettit Cres
West Busselton WA 6280

Wheatbelt Region

Shire of York
1 Joaquina Street
York WA 6302

Order a copy

Collect the WA version of SRAYR from the SECCA office in West Perth, or request one to be posted from DDWA  here. 

Provide feedback

We would love to hear your feedback about your experience using the Sexuality, Relationships and Your Rights resource.

The survey will take about 10–15 minutes to complete and, if possible, should be completed alongside the person you are supporting or have used the resource with. It’s really important for us to hear the opinions of people with disabilities and others who use this resource.

John struggles to engage with people because of his background and disability.  He was referred to SECCA for help with setting boundaries and developing skills to build healthy relationships.

Do you need emergency support?