Getting a male to male massage

Getting a male to male massage

Massage has been proven to help many physical conditions such as: fatigue, sleep disorders, low back pain, immunity suppression, injuries, high blood pressure, diabetes, age-related disorders, and depression. Massage also helps the body to heal itself naturally. In case you actually need a reason, here are some further benefits if your massage is performed with the hands of a hot strong man?

Getting a massage from a guy

Trust

With a Male to male masseur, you know that you’ll be getting someone who understands exactly where you’re coming from. Massage requires an unspoken level of trust, you’re going into a room stark bollocks naked with someone that you’ve only just met.  Having your massage from another guy, whether you are straight or gay, makes this whole process a whole lot easier. You both have the same bodies. You both know that erections can happen randomly at the best of times, so in the case of all this touching, it is very likely to happen and there is nothing to be embarrassed about.

Masculine touch

I’ve never actually put this to the test, but I’m quite confident I would be able to tell you the sex of a massage therapist in a blind test (as in not seeing who was massaging me). Male Masseurs have a different feel all together, I’m not saying stronger, just different, and in my humble opinion a damn sight better. 

I’ve lost count of how many different massage therapists I’ve had massages from, but we are certainly talking 200 upwards, a good mix of both men and women, and removing anything erotic or sexual from the experience (I only have professional massage anyway), men always come out on top.

Whilst sports professionals are used to getting massages from other men and think nothing of it, I believe most straight guys would always opt for a female therapist, at the risk of going for a guy being “a bit gay”…..but if they battled their ego and tried a guy for a change, my guess is that they would never go back!

Exercising Restraint

When I go for a professional massage, regardless of whether the masseur is hot or not, I will experience some arousal during the massage. I think after 5 years working as a naturist sensual masseur, perhaps my brain is now hardwired to process massage room and oil to sexual liaisons, but arousal is highly common for any man going for a massage regardless.

In the good old days, before I became a masseur, I would waste the hard earned money I spent on the massage because I’d spend the whole 90 minutes trying to calm the savage beast. Zooming in your focus on memories of paying bills and ironing is not the best brain-space to complement a massage. I was rarely successful in my endeavour to calm the beast, but the masseur wouldn’t bat an eyelid.

Us massage guys are used seeing erections, it is literally part of the job, and even the most professional masseur/masseuse couldn’t give a f**k about it. 

If you’re having a professional massage, say in a hotel Spa, it’s not advisory to bring any attention to your wood. Just let it be. Whilst the temptation is to start fiddling to push the big man to a less intrusive place, your masseur would much prefer that you just leave it be and let them work around it. Your massage guy may move it to the other side, but it’s not an invitation for fun (usually). Even more important, don’t make a joke about it or bring up some excuses, aint nobody got time for that.

Personally, now that I’ve managed to remove any embarrassment out of the situation, I actually get something extremely satisfying from the art of resisting thoughts or desires for sex whilst having  professional massage from a guy. I like just letting the erection exist on its own accord, but my mind to be still. I find this experience actually exceeds the pleasure that I would gain from going for a massage that ends with “happier” times. 

All of the above relates more to going for a massage in a professional setting, if you’re going for a happy end massage in a gay parlour, obviously erections are pretty much needed for the task at hand, knock yourself out.