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I'm looking for a trained masseur in Fort Lauderdale who gives a sensual, erotic, but not sexual, massage - similar to the Body Electric style.

Not looking for happy ending or escort.

 

I've found two possibilities:

Kenn at http://www.masseurfinder.com/members/usabodywork.shtml

and

Ron at http://www.masseurfinder.com/members/blk_top_lmt.shtml

 

However, although Ron is a trained masseur, his listing suggests that he provides more than I'm looking for.

And Kenn's page says that he learned massage at two places that do not seem to teach massage therapy at all.

 

Any feedback on either of these guys, or other suggestions for what I'm looking for in Fort Lauderdale?

Thanks.

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I'm not sure what you mean by "erotic, but not sexual." These are not escorts, so I doubt if there will be any sex involved, certainly not with the two masseurs whose links you listed. If Ron, who seems to offer the kind of massage you want, since "he is a trained masseur," meets your needs, I don't think that you need worry about his "providing more than" you seek. Just tell him that you have limits, that you are NOT looking for a happy ending, and I'm sure he will respect them. Many of us have problems finding masseurs who will "push the envelope" as far as we would like! If you want to contract the envelope, that will NOT be a problem!

Are you looking in the "therapeutic" section of Masseurfinder? That's where you will most likely find what you seek.

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I'm not sure what you mean by "erotic, but not sexual."

 

I'm not looking for a "therapeutic" massage. By "erotic, but not sexual", I'm referring to the Body Electric school of massage, which allows touching of the genitals in a non-sexual (non-masturbatory) manner, and without any other sexual contact ("erotic", but not "sexual" touch).

 

On the masseur sites I've looked at, it seems that many masseurs who offer "sensual" or "erotic" massages are not licensed in the state of Florida. Some are trained masseurs who have let their licenses lapse or whose licenses have been revoked, and others are untrained masseurs who advertise "bodyrubs".

 

I'm looking for a trained masseur. I don't care if he has an active license or not. However, someone who mentions his cock size and preferred sexual position ("top") in describing himself on a website would seem to be offering a wider menu of services than most masseurs. It makes me a little nervous to hire a masseur who includes such a description in his massage write-up.

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I'm not looking for a "therapeutic" massage. By "erotic, but not sexual", I'm referring to the Body Electric school of massage, which allows touching of the genitals in a non-sexual (non-masturbatory) manner, and without any other sexual contact ("erotic", but not "sexual" touch).

 

On the masseur sites I've looked at, it seems that many masseurs who offer "sensual" or "erotic" massages are not licensed in the state of Florida. Some are trained masseurs who have let their licenses lapse or whose licenses have been revoked, and others are untrained masseurs who advertise "bodyrubs".

 

I'm looking for a trained masseur. I don't care if he has an active license or not. However, someone who mentions his cock size and preferred sexual position ("top") in describing himself on a website would seem to be offering a wider menu of services than most masseurs. It makes me a little nervous to hire a masseur who includes such a description in his massage write-up.

 

Maybe, or maybe not. Could be the guy just knows that many customers will make a similar assumption and hire him, hoping for more, even if he isn't actually going to provide it. I've not only had masseurs go beyond my expectations in a sexual way, including a few who actually topped me, but I've also been duped by guys whose ads were carefully constructed to highlight their sexual qualities only to get a mediocre therapeutic massage with no extras.

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Maninsoma is right on the mark. It's all a crapshoot. Sometimes they go beyond your expectations (HUZZAH!) and sometimes you are "duped." (Exactly the right word.) You never can tell. Airflow, you seem to know what you want and what you are doing. Give it your best shot. You'll win some and you'll lose some. Know this in advance, and you'll be fine!

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You can narrow your search results on Masseurfinder to only those that provide Body Electric.

 

Florida has strict licensing requirements for massage. A licensed massage therapist is supposed to display their license number in all their advertisement. A massage therapist with an active license is probably unlikely to provide the extent of the service you're looking for, at least I haven't found any.

 

An unlicensed therapist isn't supposed to advertise massage at all, so you're in a catch-22 position.

 

http://www.todayinhealthnews.com/alt-med/3-unlicensed-massage-therapists-arrested-in-florida

 

Of those in the FTL area that mention in Body Electric in the ad, I've only met one (Kaler) and that was almost 13 years ago. He was trained as I recall, but it definitely progressed beyond what you state you'd be comfortable with, although I'm sure he'd scale it back. The only other person that I every met in the area that specifically offered Body Electric was not a trained masseur and very little "massage" was actually involved; but he hasn't lived in Florida for over 12 years.

 

I really think you're going to have a hard time finding specifically what you're looking for in FTL.

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Maninsoma is right on the mark. It's all a crapshoot. Sometimes they go beyond your expectations (HUZZAH!) and sometimes you are "duped." (Exactly the right word.) You never can tell. Airflow, you seem to know what you want and what you are doing. Give it your best shot. You'll win some and you'll lose some. Know this in advance, and you'll be fine!

 

+1

"I ain't here for a long time, I am here for a good time" George Strait

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USA Bodyworks or Ron in Fort Lauderdale

 

Thanks for the replies, guys. Good points.

 

I'm wondering if anyone out there has any experience with either of these two masseurs. If so, please post here or PM me. Thanks.

 

Kenn at http://www.masseurfinder.com/members/usabodywork.shtml

or

Ron at http://www.masseurfinder.com/members/blk_top_lmt.shtml

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How is it not appropriate on here?

Or maybe you are thinking this is disrespectful to seniors?

I have read (on here) from others complaining where escorts and masseurs have used headless bodypic ads that were clearly NOT them.

Escorts and masseurs in their 40's-50's using pics of themselves from when they were in their 20's.

If let say, Kenn was a 40yo and overweight and his stunningly hot ad pics are of him from his 20s, and I wrote my story above the exact or similar way, but swapping out the ages - would it then be "appropriate?"

Its no different than other threads I have read, I may be more descriptive in my words.

In all these cases, it is false advertising or some element thereof.

 

You are on MFinder or Rentmen or whatever, you advertise a picture of yourself for a hourly fee,

the majority of customers would pay that fee based on your ad pics.

And Kenn did advertise in MFinder under "Relax" and he opened his frontdoor TOPLESS.

If he was just a senior giving legit therapeutic massages and I made this complaint, then I would agree it would be inappropriate.

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I'm looking for a trained masseur in Fort Lauderdale who gives a sensual, erotic, but not sexual, massage - similar to the Body Electric style.

Not looking for happy ending or escort.

 

You might try looking for a massage therapist that offers an Esalen type massage. Esalen massage techniques incorporate some very sensual elements into them. Some licensed massage therapy schools teach this technique but it isn't without controversy. Hope you find what you're looking for.

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