Orieda Horn Anderson (1921-2011) was a sex educator for more than 60 years, and worked with people with developmental disabilities for over 30 years. Even up to the time of her death in August of 2011, she continued to consult with agencies throughout the United States. She would work from her kitchen table in Moline, Illinois, with her daughter Judith.
In addition to Doing What Comes Naturally? Dispelling Myths and Fallacies about Sexuality and People with Disabilities, Ms. Horn Anderson’s other books include Genesis, In the Beginning: Breaking the Cycle of Sexual Abuse and Safe Beginnings: Protecting Our Children from Sexual Abuse.