When Cuddling Can Pay the Bills

An Oregon woman has turned cuddling into a full-fledged business, opening up a cuddle shop in Portland.
1:05 | 11/17/14

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A Portland Oregon woman is embracing a small business with some pretty big hugs her store. It's called cuddle up to me some at the Hess is the owner and the chief Kotler. But she says coddling that offers people would feel respected and accept it. That's began coming lashed year traveling people's homes. Probably come to her a business is so good she's hired three other Cutler's all women. People only think that there's upgrades or you know additional services that we provide and that's just not true. It's a very simple service of the same for a man or woman we're a family oriented service were not adult oriented and anyway. We just make people feel loved and accepted for who the act. Coming maybe therapeutic but it doesn't come cheap it fork over sixty bucks to spoon for an hour. And now the owner has published a book a how to guide on various cuddling positions.

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