To me, “touch” is not just putting your hands on someone’s body, but also, to touch them with your eyes by examining every inch of their body, with your ears by listening to their breath and heart beat. Furthermore, to make “touch” deeper and more enjoyable, I feel like the two parties involved must adopt a somewhat ritualistic pattern to their experience. For example, I believe it’s always great to start the session sitting down on the floor facing each other, cross legged with both knees touching and eyes locked, to add trust and intimacy to the session, then move to the more comfortable position, like placing ones head and back to the other man’s chest to give them full control and a deeper connection.

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