Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Need a snuggle?

Jacqueline Samuel, 29, has an unusual business on the side which she uses to help pay the bills. She offers cuddling sessions from her home (The Snuggery) for $1 per minute. She rakes in up to $260 a day with up to 30 men a week on the outskirts of Rochester, NY.

Cuddlers must wear clothing and refrain from touching body parts covered by underwear, but Samuel is OK with arousal as she practices the different positions of the "Cuddle Sutra."

Jackie also offers services like reading bedtime stories, and hired a red-headed associate named Colleen. Colleen isn't allowed to cuddle with clients on her own yet, but she participates in "double cuddle" sessions with Jackie, which cost $2 per minute.

Jacqueline established The Snuggery because she believes in the healing power of touch. At her place you can take a break from the hustle and bustle of life and focus on the restorative pleasure of touch. Though science has unquestionably supported the psychological and physical benefits of non-sexual touch, Americans distinctly lack it. It’s time for change. Jackie aims to make the world a gentler place, one snuggle at a time.

Does she have a Yelp page?

1 comment:

Retro Blog said...

I wonder if there is an ICD9 or 10 code for this kind of therapy, just in case it ever became a billable occurence with insurance companies.