I know I’m not alone in this: My massage therapist has become a folk hero to the gay community, especially since she’s been featured on a YouTube video.
In a few days, a clip of her performing the first-ever gay masseuse class at a gay bar in New York City was viewed more than 1.7 million times.
The video, titled “Massage with me, please,” was shared more than 8,000 times.
“I was overwhelmed with the response,” said Massage Therapy International founder, Massage Therapist and Owner Susan Lee.
It’s the same reason I had a lot of success with my first class of gay masseuses in a small New York gay bar. “
It’s amazing what you can achieve in a minute when you have someone else in your life who’s willing to share it with you.
It’s the same reason I had a lot of success with my first class of gay masseuses in a small New York gay bar.
People wanted to be in the presence of their own bodies, and they were willing to accept that.”
But I’m still a gay man, and I don’ think I’m good enough for a massager class.
That’s a myth I’m going to debunk.
I want to make it clear that this is not about me.
It is not.
Massage Therapy was founded in 2012 and is one of the most well-known and respected massage therapists in the world.
It employs thousands of massage therapists worldwide.
And, although MassageTherapy.com has had its fair share of controversy, I have never experienced discrimination in my work, according to Susan Lee, who founded Massage therapy in the 1990s.
I am a massage therapy professional.
I am a trained massage therapist.
I do massage.
I know how to do massage and I am comfortable with the way I do it.
It’s not that I hate myself or anything.
I’m comfortable with my body.
I love my body, I am happy and I know my body is beautiful.
And that is the best compliment I can give to my body and to myself.
But I am not a massage therapist.
Massage therapists are massage therapists.
Massages are not massage therapists and massage therapists are not Massage.
Massagers are massageers.
Susan Lee is a massage therapists first and foremost.
I was always a massage teacher and have always taught.
I’ve been a massage professional for the last 20 years and have been in and out of massage therapy for the past 20 years.
And my career has always been about the same: to help people who are struggling.
Massaging is one form of therapy that can help people with a variety of different issues, from stress to anxiety to depression.
As a massage coach, I do massages for clients with a wide variety of problems.
I also teach massages to the LGBTQ community.
The word massage is so loaded that it comes up a lot in my interviews with clients.
But there are so many different kinds of massage and so many people who can benefit from massaging, and there is a lot that massage can do.
It can help the body feel calm, it can help heal the body, it’s one of those things that the body is really good at.
And it can really bring people together.
Massaged people often have a lot to share.
They can share their secrets, their fears, their joys, their ups and downs.
They may be having a hard time with themselves or with the people around them.
And there’s no doubt that if they’re not having a great time, they are going to be happier with Massage or with other people.
My massage has always helped me be happy.
It has always brought me together and brought people together to help each other.
And I think it’s just part of what massages is all about.
And Massage is really a part of my life, not just as a massage and massage therapy practitioner but as a human being.
We have to be willing to give our bodies a chance to heal.
I think the idea that we are all a bunch of robots who have to do things for others, that that is really harmful and that we should just work our whole lives doing that for other people is wrong.
We can be happy doing something that we love.
We should be giving ourselves permission to do it with others.
I would love to be a masseuse and to do something that I love doing.
I’d love to work with people and to make people feel good about themselves.
You can call me a massaged person, or a massage-therapist, or both.
I can also be a massagetherapist.
But it’s not just Massagetherapy.
I have a website.
I write a book.
I host a show.
I work in a massage school. I