Londoners are sometimes quite unfairly tagged with the adjective ‘unfriendly’. We hear all about how much more smiley and good-natured people are elsewhere, especially in places like the North and in villages around the country. Meanwhile, in the capital, people are said to barely grunt at each other on good days, and – on bad – scowl at one another or pull out knives to resolve their differences. It’s high time that these stereotypes were challenged. If, for example, you try out gay massage in London, you’ll happen upon an entirely different kind of atmosphere where there’s absolutely no shortage of friendliness and understanding. Your therapist will be nothing short of courtesy personified and you’ll be on the road to a better relationship with the city you call home. More good-natured and outgoing people can be met in all kinds of contexts – yes, there are bars and clubs, but more and more people are turning to environments like meditation and meet-up groups where warmth and kindness is abundant.
Your cup need never runneth under once you’ve sampled the delights of gay massage from Tantric Soul. London, now an entirely different prospect, opens up to you as your empathy is enhanced and you begin to meet like-minded souls, for whom cruelty, sarcasm and meanness are an absolute no-no. Why be lonely when there’s no need? There are around eight million people right beside you, all looking for meaningful connections and love. You’re bound to get along with some of them. The healing power of a good therapist’s touch will awaken in you the realisation that the only true way of assessing a person’s worth is by the extent to which that person is capable of love. Everything is is short-lived – glory, financial acquisition, shiny toys and possessions. Only love is real and there is plenty of it to go round.