2. Snuggle House Assistant Manager Emily Noon described the service as “intimate non-sexual touch.”
3. She said:
“There’s so many people that don’t have a significant other in their life that just need to be held.”
6. “Really, the city’s primary concern is we don’t want a house of prostitution to pop up,” said Jennifer Zilavy, Madison’s assistant city attorney.
“If somebody comes in and they’re snuggling, and the person gets aroused, and they want a little more, what is the snuggler going to do? Did they have any preparation for how to effectively deal with that?”
10. And he also has a book about how he went from a sex addict to a millionaire.
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