Since I actively look for more opportunities to give men massage, I pay attention to information about how men go about finding male-to-male massage. They use many different expressions to describe male massage for men, so it’s important to know whether I “speak their language” when I write about my at-home massage service. Over the last couple of days, I’ve run an ad on a well-known website, and in just thirty-six hours, I’ve learned very much about how men find a masseur who specializes in man-to-man massage. Male masseurs for men seem to be quite few, so with my improved understanding of the expressions men use, I hope to do a better job of helping you find this masseur, at least.
Did it work? Read about my mobile male-to-male massage for men in Baton Rouge, Hammond, Lafayette, and New Orleans.
One thing hasn’t changed, though: “Gay massage” still appears to be one of the expressions men most frequently use when looking for male-to-male massage. and it even appears to be the number-one expression. As a term of convenience or “shorthand expression,” I guess “gay massage” is unbeatable. I just don’t want anyone to feel left out!
I give massage to men who live in Baton Rouge and to men who are visiting. Those with meetings in the Capitol area or attending events at the River Center Arena ask me for massage at the Hilton Hotel or the Hotel Indigo, which face each other across Lafayette Street near the river, the Watermark Hotel just a block away on Convention Street, and the Hampton Inn and Suites, a few blocks north at Main and Lafayette Streets.
Other men visiting Baton Rouge enjoy massage while staying in the hotels near Interstate 10 and College Drive, including the newly redecorated Baton Rouge Marriott Hotel and the comfortable and homey Richmond Inn and Suites, both on Energy Drive near I-10 and College Drive. On Constitution Avenue, men ask me for massage at the Doubletree, the Embassy Suites, Holiday Inn, Crowne Plaza Hotel, and Hampton Inn. And near Interstate 10 and Siegen Lane, I give massage at the Courtyard by Marriott, the Residence Inn, and the Holiday Inn Express, for example.
Men who live in Baton Rouge or nearby, but who don’t have privacy at home for massage, sometimes reserve a room in an affordable hotel, just to enjoy massage service. I feel good that they think enough of my massage to go to that extra expense.
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.
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.
A few days ago, while I was massaging a man’s back and legs, he said suddenly, “This is the closest to Heaven I think I’ll ever be.” I would be embarrassed to make this up, but it’s what he actually said, as nearly as I can remember. I’m grateful for such strong praise.