Ableism is the discrimination against men and women with emotional, physical, and mental disabilities. It is also alternately called ablecentrism, disability oppression, and handicapism. This social prejudice presumes that able-bodied people are superior to those with disabilities. It looks at being able-bodied as the norm that must be conformed with. In the realm of sexual health, ableism impacts the way the sexuality of disabled people is viewed, both by society and, as a result, disabled people themselves. Ableist views may lead to exclusion of groups of people from sex education and healthcare in a sexual context because they are assumed to not be sexual.