The present study examines sexual attitudes of parents who have adolescents or young adults with learning disability in Greece. Data from 100 Greek parents were collected during approximately six months in three Greek towns (Athens, Patra, Ioannina) using the GSAQ-LD-PARENTS. Analyses based on responses from 95 parents showed that most of the variables, with the exception of level of education, had no impact on parents’ attitudes towards the sexuality of the individual with learning disability. There were differences in parents’ attitudes measured by the five different scales of the GSAQ-LD-PARENTS. The findings can be used in the design of an educational program addressed to parents in order to help them to come to terms with their child’s developing sexuality.