A London Tantric Masseuse with a Dream
All of us, with the exception of the wealthy and the unemployed, take money for the use of our body. Professors, factory workers, lawyers, opera singers, tantric masseuses, doctors, legislators—we all do things with parts of our bodies, for which we receive a wage in return. Some people get good wages and some do not; some have a relatively high degree of control over their working conditions and some have little control; some have many employment options and some have very few. And some are socially stigmatised and some are not. [Martha Nussbaum, Sex and Social Justice, 1999]
This is the very first post on my blog. I would like to share with you some thoughts, concerns and interests that delve into the complexity of sex work, tantric sex, sexual education and relationships.
There is no intention to please every reader, for I am not a writer, a marketer or a scholar. I am a social observer with no sense of political correctness in the field of sex, as the damaging effects taboos inflict on sexual health are too important to ignore. Writing is one of my own ways to experience a process of catharsis. Moreover, I feel the need to go beyond my call of duty to spread the right information about all the misconceptions that revolve around sex work, disseminate educational information regarding human sexuality and inspire an audience that may be struggling with their sexual relationships.
In addition, I am passionate about being a tantric masseuse. Immersing myself in the nature of this fascinating way of life has resulted in an in-depth sexual learning experience I would like to share, and in a realm of other possibilities that encourage me to reach my maximum potential as a creative, healthy and happy individual. Creativity, in all its expressions, is a form of exploration. I am a sex explorer, and my sexuality and body are my manifesto and temple of art.
I have a dream that one day, sex trafficking of men and women, boys and girls, will be a part of our past, that sex workers will not be exposed to any danger or risk of their lives.
I have a dream that in any city, even if luxury and abundance blind the eye, prostitutes will not solicit in the streets to continue their drug addictions or run away from poverty.
I have a dream that one day, in every society, in every culture, in every part of the world, judgmental views on sex work will be condemned.
I have a dream that one day, in all nations, sex workers will be able to sit at the tables of trade unions.
I have a dream that one day, when my tantric journey reaches an end as a masseuse, I will look back and recall many great stories of clients who I inspired to pursue a path of discovery in their sexual lives.
I have a dream, gentlemen, that one day, I will have a wide choice of tantric masseurs at a click of my mouse.
Yes, I have a dream today! I have a dream that tantric masseuses will be held in awe and adoration, that they will be worshipped and considered semi goddesses as in Ancient India. So I am hoping that one day I have a monument erected in my honour as a happy tantrika in London.
Nerea, an Independent Tantric Masseuse in London