Please read About JD’s Hands, Male Massage for Men, my one-page overview of my service, with links to my contact information. You may also enjoy reading What Others Say about JD’s Hands, a collection of men’s praise for my massage. And here (with a mild caution) are snapshots of my giving a friend massage in May 2018.
If you bookmark my site and remember “JD’s Hands,” you’ll find me again easily whenever you need massage.
When you think of requesting massage, does anything at all hold you back? One thing that may help is to really read my one-page summary about me and my massage service for men, because it’s filled with information that may resolve your concern. You’re also welcome to tell me about whatever has kept you from requesting massage, either in the comments to this post or by email via MasseurFinder. Maybe we’ll solve a problem, or maybe I’ll learn something from you that will help me to reach and serve more men who need massage.
I’m most available to give massage in the afternoon and evening and at night before midnight. Because most people tend to be busy during the day, men most often request massage in the evening, so I’m often available in the afternoon even on short notice. Few things say, “This is my day off,” quite like getting massage in the afternoon, so if you have free time, consider asking me for massage then.
The advertising website I rely on the most has changed greatly over the last two years or so. In general, the changes have improved the site’s tone, so I’m happy with them overall. But the handling of testimonials has probably cost me many opportunities for service. Over the past couple of years, I understand the staff have removed thousands of testimonials site-wide. In my case, all but five of my fifteen or so testimonials disappeared without explanation. Knowing that my own lost testimonials were real and that they were all at least tolerably well written, I was at a loss to explain the losses.
Of course, as a practical matter, I just need new testimonials. If you enjoy your massage, and you feel good afterward, I hope you’ll write a testimonial. If you do, you’ll help other men find massage, too.
On the way home from visiting family for Thanksgiving Day weekend, I gave a massage in Destin. It was partly a “demonstration,” as the man to whom I gave the massage thinks I can find many opportunities for service in the area that includes Destin, Fort Walton, and Niceville. He thinks men in the area are underserved for M4M massage, especially in the area’s wintry off-season.
Since I want more opportunities to give men massage, it appears I’d better embrace the expression “gay massage,” because it’s far more frequently used as a search term than “male massage,” “M4M massage,” or “M2M massage.” With thanks to Google Trends, here’s a comparison of interest in “gay massage,” “male massage,” “M4M massage,” and “M2M massage” in the United States. “Gay massage” it is, then.
I began using Biotone Advanced Therapy Massage Gel back in October 2015, and I’ve been using it ever since. I spend less time reapplying it and more time actually giving massage, and I stay more focused and “in the zone.” Biotone considers the gel hypoallergenic, partly because the oils it contains are seed oils and a modified coconut oil, rather than nut oils, to which people more often react. The gel is also lightweight and odorless, and any excess washes off of skin easily with just warm water.