Social beliefs and tantric massage
Tantric massage is considered by some immoral and can generate a lot of criticism. Social beliefs play a distinct role when comes down to judging tantric massage. This beliefs are different from a culture to an other so, therefore people have mixed opinions and feelings about it. Beliefs are not facts of nature so they can be altered and changed. Depending on the background, some people are very open and speak about it, while others are hiding it. Even though tantric massage has many benefits it is still considered taboo. Like any another subjects related to sensuality and sexuality, tantric massage steers a lot of controversy. People feel awkward to talk about sexuality. This creates a lot of frustrations and anxieties. Men especially have a lot of pressure on their shoulders and cannot talk or show any sign of vulnerability.
Men are considered to be insensitive and uninterested in emotions. I suppose men developed a copping mechanism which may come across as being insensitive. To be honest, I believe men need as much emotional care and attention as women do. I believe men don’t ask for attention and care but they do need it and are very responsive and grateful when they get it. Our bodies need touch, love, tenderness, arousal and relaxation. Are studies made in child development which prove the necessity of touch and care.
Some man feel guilty after a tantric massage, but is because they relate only to social beliefs rather than their needs. As long as their needs aren’t met in their environment they seek help elsewhere. Just like the need to eat, drink, socialise etc. Finding the right service helps them to keep mentally and physically healthy. There is nothing to be ashamed or guilty about. Like any other basic needs, love(touch,tenderness, arousal and relaxation) is one of them. Feeling the need to be touched and loved is natural and shouldn’t be denied.