Do you have a preference between a male and female therapist?

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SharonsMassageTherapy
I don't mind either way - providing they provide professional treatments and have a firm grasp of their anatomy
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TheWaxingStudio
havent a problem in the slightest - as long as they are knowledable and qualified and insured doesnt make a difference
sexysam
no preference at all. Providing the therapist has full insurance and conduct him/herself in a professional manner.
SenoirTherapist
It shouldn't really matter what sex u are as long as your a Full Quailifed professional and fully insuranced.
XiaoYing
I personally want an excellent massage performed on the knowledge, experience and good work. It is true that for a man, feminine energy will be fine ... and, to a woman, a masculine energy. But the important thing is to give each person individually customized (tailored) massage designed for the specific need to show that person.
FacesbyRobin-LE
Some married women prefer only female therapist. Some men will never allow another male to massage them. Be comfortable in the knowlege that as a male therapist there will always be those that are not comfortable with you or if given a choice, they will request a female.
osteopathacupuncture
Either - it dpends on how you relate to them.
paultucker
We recognise that on occasion some clients will have a gender preference, so we try to provide choice by having both male and female practitioners working at our clinic. Whilst it's rare for clients to request a specific gender, it's probably for a very important reason to that client (e.g. trust or abuse-related issues) so it feels important to be able to meet the needs of each client where at all possible.
BeautybyRoxie
i dont mind either. i think i wouls feel more comfortable with a female during certain treatments but i would rather have an experienced professional male doing my treatments than a bitchy woman. (not saying all women are bitchy but many a time have i been in a salon and the therapists have all stood aaround talking about a client after she leaves. not good at all).
MassageTherapyLondonThai
as a male therapist it's irrelevant for me my client's gender. When I go myself for massage I just choose the best therapist available