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“Professional Cuddler” bills Rs 7,000 for an hour and claims that their services make people “Feel Good”

“When you hire a cuddle therapist, you are paying for their care, time, and attention. More than merely hugging a stranger is involved.

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New Delhi: The days when there were just a few socially acceptable vocations exist no longer, as we do not live in delicate times. Today, watching porn, naming infants, and testing water slides are all paid employment. And just like that, there are people who specialise in cuddling and offer it as a business.

These are obviously occupations that are still not in the “conventional” sense, but they do exist. Before you pass judgement, keep in mind that snuggling is actually thought of as therapeutic, so this makes more sense than we might think.

An hour of service from professional hugger and cuddler Trevor Hooton can cost up to £75 (about Rs 7,100). They also go by the name “Treasure,” and they provide “connections coaching” to those who have trouble making connections. Many individuals, in Trevor’s opinion, are unaware of the job and even mistake it for sex labour.

“I created a company based on my love of creating connections with people. Many people find it difficult to make those, which is where I come in — it involves more than simply cuddling; it entails providing individuals with any needs they may have.

Even though there is a lot of new information here, the fundamental concept of snuggling as a therapeutic tool is that it helps people relax and unwind. And a cuddlist can assist in doing this. They engage in non-sexual spooning, arm tickling, and long embraces with customers as part of their duties. The world does require this, NGL.

“When you hire a cuddle therapist, you are paying for their care, time, and attention. More than merely hugging a stranger is involved.

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