Thank you so much for your thoughts and inputHi blackberryjam ... Is this your own business - do you provide these services?
If not, would you use this yourself?
I visited the site expecting it to be your own business, not sure if it is.
It appears one can sell cuddle services through this web site.
Individuals become professional cuddlers and do outcalls too.
$80.00 an hour is a bit steep, but if the market is willing, no problem.
Outcalls sounds so prostitutionist-like ... but my vocabulary is limited.
At the end of my brief assessment ... I'd probably not use such a service.
If it's about getting hugs, I have children and even my dog sorta hugs back.
I'm very cautious when it comes to allowing any into my personal space.
The promise of a hug, someone on my body, has never diminished that.
It's gonna take a bit more to get all up on top of me.
If folk need this sort of therapy, it is good the business is there.
Would you do this ... offer or buy the service yourself?
Interesting share ... thanks bunches!
Please read the articles and Watch the video below. I am not the owner but a lot of people are touch deprived of non sexual touch especially in the African American Community. If I needed the service yes I would buy it and I am not a cuddlist but I am working with the company in another capacity and I have considered becoming a Cuddlist. It is 360% non-sexual and outcalls meaning the cuddle takes place outside of the cuddlist physical space. (Of course the dictionary has it defined for something else and Cuddlist is not doing that) We have Cuddlists across the country in Canada and the UK. I feel like this is something that will have a worldwide appeal but it won't be for everyone but EVERYONE will have an opinion and will be talking about it.
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