I know exactly what you mean. I have been going to this masseur, once a month for a year now. It started me being nude with a towel, but like from 5 months, he gives me the message completely in the nude, no towel. I even undress in front of him. He is very good looking and I definitely don't mind having more than a massage with him. He massages everything in my body, except my penis, of course. But he does massages my butt cheeks and I love it when he does. It feels so good. He has seen every inch of me, my erect penis and even pre-cum because everytime I go to a message, I pre-cum. The massage is that good. Sometimes I feel very aroused on his massages and I wish that he at least take his shirt off and the message to turn a little more erotic but I don't want to be the one to make that approach because I don't want to make him uncomfortable and I don't want to ruin what I have with him because his massages are really good.View Thread
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