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Irish people talk about romance, sexuality and disability

“We’re all people”.

ON MONDAY RTÉ will show a documentary focusing on relationships, sexuality and disability.

Somebody to Love explores the lives of people from around the country with both physical and intellectual disabilities.

The trailer is introduced by 33-year-old actor Kieran Coppinger from Galway who explains:

We’re all like you. We’re all people.

Source: RTÉ - Ireland's National Television and Radio Broadcaster

Someone to Love airs on Monday 17 February at 9.35pm on RTÉ One

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