Often, I dislike it when people don’t ask to touch me, and do. It depends on the intent behind the action, which is speculative. Sometimes they assume I want their touch because I’m a Professional Cuddler, but they don’t know how I wish to receive platonic touch. For example: If you’re drunk, then NO cuddles for you. My recommendation – Ask your friends/co-workers etc. if they’d like a hug before you make your move. The quality level of the human contact will go up when it’s expected, and desired.
The following is a real testimonial from a client of mine for my platonic touch service. We cuddled in a hotel recently on the Oregon Coast. It was a playful, yet healing experience we both enjoyed. Platonic touch is important to give and receive regularly. Seek out a professional cuddler to make sure your needs are met. You’ll feel better for days after an intimate snuggle session with me – Cam The Cuddler! Email me today at CamTheCuddler@gmail.com I will do my best to get back to you right away. Why? Because you’re important. #Hugs #CuddleCam
Cameron has a direct and calming demeanor which, I believe, is perfect for cuddle and touch therapy. He has a great attitude of compassion and understanding which comes across in conversation and his technique and knowledge in positions, quickly put me in a relaxed state, feeling protected and cared for. To be honest, cuddling with Cam is like an extended hug from a long lost friend, ready with open arms, an open heart and a funny joke or two. I look forward to my next session and I would recommend cuddling with Cam, as he will help you feel more composed, positive and centered. – Alex
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Coming to a screen near you Friday 10/7/2016 at 8pm, Oregonian Cameron McKirdy appears on VICELAND’s “Abandoned” episode #5. It’s a new travel documentary type show featuring deserted places. I guided the VICE TV crew around our area, and shared my story. Producers from British Columbia, Canada filmed the host, Professional Skateboarder Rick McCrank and I discussing preparations for a nuclear disaster, and a tsunami. VICE and I took my Volkswagon van for a ride along the ocean in Long Beach, Washington looking for shelter, plus debris from the 2011 Japanese tsunami.
Over two days we built emergency preparedness kits with ammo boxes to bury in the ground along escape routes, like I have shown on my YouTube Channel called Survival Bros. We scavenged free health food samples from A Gypsy’s Whimsy, and purchased essential gear items to cache at more stores located in Astoria and Seaside, OR. The #survival kit I helped McCrank build should help him endure a disaster if he keeps it close by. I always have my emergency Go-Bag with me.
ON AIR you should see me (Cam The Cuddler) hugging people and chatting about my life as a certified professional cuddler. Check out CuddleLife.com for more information and to read my FAQs. I offer a platonic touch service, and I’m open to trades and donations. Typically I get one dollar per minute to care for people. I believe cuddling is therapeutic.