Sam’s Snuggle Blog
Only recently have I had issues with potential clients not wanting to give me their email or phone number— or sometimes both.
I treat my professional cuddling practice like a business because it is, and to provide the best service I can to you I need your email and phone number when you're looking to book a session with me. Here's what I use that information for.
I give my opinions and thoughts after an unethical professional cuddling scandal in Arizona came to the public. I have a lot of strong opinions about this.
Sometimes when I check in on a client that saw me before they tell me they weren’t sure how long they would have to wait before they could book another session. They were worried I would say no if it was too soon, and they were worried that maybe I didn’t like them.
What happens when a client gets into a relationship when they didn't have one before?
This isn’t just a “Meet new friends, hug a lot and get paid” gig.
Often people keep the two intertwined together: If they say no to me, they're saying no ABOUT me. But that's not always the case. It's just that particular thing.
I don’t do sex work, but the laws around sex work may affect me too.
This is the one question I get asked over and over and over again when I first tell people I'm a professional cuddler.
You probably didn't give it much thought, but here's why.
I read an article recently about someone that thinks this field is turning cuddling into a commodity. And I want to challenge this idea.
He's been directly responsible for improving both my training and the way I approach my sessions overall.
How can you be a professional snuggler and stay safe doing the work?
At least once a week someone asks me how they can do professional snuggling. When they find out I've trained people, they want me to take them on now. But not everyone is going to be a great professional snuggler.
A brief expanation of what happened and how shockingly overwhelmed I was.
With all the media over the past few weeks about consent issues with celebrities, religious figures and whatnot, there's a lot of opposing points of view and questions on how to handle consent going forward. Let's talk about that.