Penis Enlargement Therapist
I have never seen this idea discussed before. I got this idea when marinera wrote in another thread, “The sole ‘problem’ with hands is they can’t be sold.” That lead to me think, “why not?”
A person could use their hands to provide the service of penis enlargement exercises. Of course there would be various issues to face. People would just think it’s a cover for prostitution. Many men may come in expecting that. If a person did decide to actually pursue this “career” path their marketing, such as their website, would have to provide a lot of education as to what it entails if their true desire was to provide penis enlargement services. Becoming aroused and getting an erection would probably be common. But I think it is possible that men who got aroused at first would eventually get used to it and not become aroused when not needed like during stretching.
They could perform manual stretches, jelqs, edging, ulis, and other various forms of girth work. It would probably be expensive to keep up with. Say an hour session that includes stretching and girth work costs $50and they come every other day. That would be roughly $750/month. Not affordable to most but to some yes.
They could even provide hanging services. A person could come in for 60 minuted of hanging. The practitioner would educate them and help them to find a comfortable method. Then after the client finished hanging they could receive a girth session from the PE therapist.
This is just a random thought for conversation about how it might work. I’m not interested in what the likely hood of a business like this succeeding or failing is, I see it as an interesting idea with some potential to actually happen. It would take the right person do be the therapist and to find the right clientele.
If it existed and I could afford it I would do it. Does anyone else think they would?
ykm123321 is the owner of the gripping trainer website. He also surreptitiously posted here as LetsGrow123 in an effort to promote that site. Please take any product endorsements as very likely to be biased.