I get frequent massages and often get aroused. Female or male really makes no difference, if they get near my thighs - and watch out.
I used to have a regular therapist and she was really cute and a little sexy, she would get so close to "my package" I'd have lotion in my pubes afterwards. A couple of times I'd have to pinch the head of my penis to prevent cumming. Then once I couldn't stop it fast enough, I didn't even have an erection but I blew load. She had to notice? Anyway, I accidentally spilled the water she always brought me so maybe she didn't catch on to what soaked the sheet?
A new therapist and several close cals, I actually came once and grabbed myself and apologized. She said, "no big deal, it's a natural reaction and don't be embarrassed". I think she didn't realize I'd stopped short of blowing a full load and she thought I'd only gotten an erection.
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