Handjob sex volunteers for charity

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A Non Governmental Organization (NGO) in Taiwan called Hand Angel, is giving handjob sex to disabled persons who are unable to masturbate.

Taiwan is said to have one of the best healthcare system in the world, it’s healthcare is very much equipped and facilitates the need of disabled citizens but it doesn’t offer intimacies that deal with disabled people reaching orgasm.

The Hand Angel’s Handjob sex volunteer came about when they acknowledge how society treats disabled people as if they are de-sexualized, without any form of sexual feelings and as such, usually left sexually neglected.

Taiwan also known as the Republic of China, is said to ignore the sexual need of the disabled people, unlike Netherlands with a national health care that has a grant scheme which gives money to the disable to pay for sex almost 12 times per year. The difference however, is that prostitution is legal in the Netherlands while illegal in Taiwan.

In order to decide who’s entitled to receive the handjob sex, Hand Angel first assess an applicant’s level of disability. The person has to be recognized by the government as having a serious physical impairment, but can’t be mentally disabled. Once they’re cleared, the service is totally free, but each applicant can only receive three bouts of sexual stimulation.

The group of 10 people actually giving the handjob sex, comes from varied backgrounds; some are gay, some are straight, some are disabled, some are PhD students, some are social campaigners and some work in the media. It’s made very clear to me that these volunteers only use their hands for second-base kind of stuff—that hugging, caressing, and kissing on the face are all fine, but anything penetrative (fingering, oral sex, vaginal sex, and anal sex) is not.

The 50 year-old founder of Hand Angel, Vincent, lost his legs to polio and says his disability allows him to better empathize with applicants’ needs, without any of the patronization disabled people can sometimes face. He emphasized that “disabled people share the same physical and emotional needs as any others, and therefore should have the right to pursue them.”

 

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