Thanks to Reason for this:
Nine out of 10 doctors agree sex is good for you, or at least better for you than smoking.
But what happens if you have a disability that makes it difficult to engage in sex, or find a sexual partner in the first place?
Enter sex surrogates, professionals who help the disabled work through their sexual problems (in large part by having sex with them).
Although there’s a case to be made for the medical, if not psychological, benefits sex surrogates provide, they’re operating in a legal gray area.