Taiwanese Charity Helps Disabled People By Giving Them Handjobs
Not all heroes wear capes. A Taiwanese foundation called “Hand Angels” provides a rather controversial service: They help disabled people get off sexually.
The charitable organization helps disabled people, both male and female, find sexual fulfillment with months of planning for each client as well as the help of volunteers.
The wheelchair-bound founder of this Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) should understand their plight as he was crippled after being struck with polio when he was a baby.
Named ‘Vincent’, the middle-aged man told BBC News that although he was fortunate to have the use of his hands, his own experience made him realize that others do not, and so have no way of satisfying their physical and emotional needs, which inspired him to set up his group.
“Whenever I see disabled people like me, I feel for them. I see myself in them."
Vincent and his volunteers undertake six months of planning and meetings before going into a session with a client. They discuss the client and find the best approach to provide their services.
It lasts about 90 minutes “from touching the person to helping them reach orgasm.”
Some critics say that Hand Angels’ services are a type of prostitution, but the group maintains what they are doing are legal in Taiwan. A female volunteer name Anan said to BBC:
“If they think I’m a sex worker, I’m fine with that.
Other foundations, most of the time, they are founded by religious groups or parents groups, and they would think how to help them get a job or live by their own. But they don’t think of their sex right, and that’s what we do.”