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This move has drastically reduced depression among the disabled, many of whom have never had a chance to explore their sexuality. I ran into this one on Facebook , where people were talking about it as if it were true. I couldn't find it on Snopes. The same story also occurs at The Guardian. One of her clients, Chris Fulton, 29, who has cerebral palsy and muscular dystrophy, has launched a campaign calling on the government to introduce a Netherlands-style grant scheme in which citizens with disabilities receive public money to pay for sexual services up to 12 times a year.
And here is a relevant story from on the New York Times. The money is to be used to defray the cost of a once-a-month visit to a "sexual aid worker" who charges guilders for a minute session. Sex rights for the disabled? Journal of Medical Ethics ; She describes herself as a sexual assistant, or Sexualbegleiterin, but does not reject the term prostitute. The Guardian article cites another article that talks about a Holland "style" scheme but doesn't specifically point to a holland government source.
As best I can tell that seems to be based on tabloid articles that interpret the monthly disability allowance which you can spend on anything, including prostitutes as monthly payments for prostitutes. The Dutch government only legalized prostitution in so the New York Times article seems odd. I can't find any other details of the case and the origional article is no longer on the NYT site.
It seems plausible it could be a poor translation or something less dramatic like the municipality not being allowed to control what disabled people spend their stipend on if they were trying to refuse it because it was going to be spent on prostitutes. While there is no direct "sex grant" per se, the benefits citizens with disabilities receive can be spent however they like.