Before that I spent the better part of my teen years being fascinated with every penis I could get my hands on, and got myself into a lot of trouble along the way. I was a bad kid who (sort of) grew up into a better adult. Though my single-minded fixation on male sexuality has only gotten worse since my teens. Especially when it comes to grownup, professional men that one might otherwise not be expecting to be looking for any free opportunity to jam their hands down their pants. Those guys are the most fascinating guys.
For my part, companionship has been a path of true exploration over the last few years. It has taught me many things about myself. About business. About how to treat people. It has introduced me to fascinating men who I might never have been fortunate enough to experience without this work. It has brought me countless, genuinely enjoyable times with guys I would never dream in a thousand years would have even a passing interest in someone like me. Let alone be so excited to share so very much .
I genuinely love my work, and hope that I never ever see it as simply a means to an end. The more time I spend in this world, the more important I find it. I’ve always made sure that my grownup job paid my bills, and that this work was just for special trips or surplus education or saving (my IRA has never looked better!). I love my day job too, but what I feel about this work is a real and a visceral love.
Forgive how silly this probably sounds but, sex – for me – is about love. Maybe not even romantic love, but respect, care, significance. Those things are love too. It’s about bonding. About men being close in a way that men and women just aren’t ever (sorry ladies, it’s not you). It’s about the privilege of shared intimate experience. About the honor of being allowed to touch and be touched in a way that others in your life don’t touch or allow.
Let me be special that way. Lemme touch you.
What I like and what I do isn’t for everyone, and I’m very ok with that. It’s made the relationships I do have so much more special. And the people that I get to connect with, well, they always come back for more.
The best compliment I receive in my reviews is the notion that I’m “real.” That I’m the “real thing.” I’m present and connected and have so much affection for what I do. You could say I #lovewhatido.
My reviews are all the encouragement I need to keep doing my thing.
Get in touch with me and let’s make a plan.