Driving instructors ‘may offer lessons in return for sex’, Netherlands government confirms

The government in the Netherlands has clarified that it is legal for driving instructors to offer lessons in return for sex, as long as the students are over the age of 18.
However, it is illegal to offer sex in return for lessons.

Transport minister Melanie Schultz van Haegen and Justice minister Ard van der Steur addressed the issue in response to a question tabled in parliament by Gert-Jan Segers of the socially conservative Christian Union party, noting that, although ‘undesirable’, offering driving lessons with sex as payment is not illegal.

  • Jay Currie

    Makes total sense. Why not acknowledge the “blow and go” nature of driving lessons?

  • luna

    It seems weird to me that its legal to offer service in exchange for sex, but not the other way around.

    It also seems disgusting & creepy.

    • David Murrell

      I agree with your two points. If one accepts thw 90-IQ world of social liberalism, one would think that the world would accept free driving instructions for sex. This bizarre world is so nuts, it becomes confusing.

      The jokes on this thread are hilarious, though.

  • Ass, grass or gas, nobody rides for free.

  • Brett_McS

    Special rates for stick shift.

  • El Martyachi

    They’ve evidently figured out a way to tax it…

  • Brett_McS

    Special rates for stick shift!

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  • Everyone Else

    As long as the mohammedan refugees can decipher the finer points of Dutch life … “Is okay to give head or cut head? Sorry for misunderstand.”

  • John_yawn

    There has be a joke somewhere in this about a “stick shift”.

  • Sean

    Holland? Goats don’t drive so why would this be needed?

  • marty_p

    The basics of vehicle maintenance will be discussed as part of the lessons including “How to check your oil” and “Getting lipstick on your dipstick”

  • simus1

    Finally a question where politicians have vast real world expertise and can give solid answers based on it.