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    The Sensualist – a tale of massage…with a twist

    A long time ago I read Diane Ackerman’s A Natural History of the Senses.  While reading it, I learned that each of us is ruled more by one sense than all the others.  For some of us, smells elicit the strongest emotional and primal reactions.  For others, it is purely visual…or auditory.  For me, it is touch.  Blindfold me and let your fingers lead the conversation – that would be my choice, above all other things.  Sweet nothings in my ear are nice, a beautiful smile is a turn on, the taste of salt on skin is enticing, and the smell of cologne can be intoxicating…but I will take touch…

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