Muscle worship is a form of body worship in which a participant, the worshiper, touches the muscles of another participant, the dominator, in sexually arousing ways, which can include rubbing, massaging, kissing and licking. The dominator is typically a bodybuilder or fitness competitor. Both male and female bodybuilders often offer muscle worship sessions for a price in order to supplement their low or nonexistent income from bodybuilding competitions. Although these sessions rarely involve sexual activities, they offer both male and female fans the rare chance to meet and touch a muscular man or woman in person. (Source: Wikipedia)
A television documentary called "Muscle Worship: Hidden Lives" digs deep into Muscle Worship and follows professional bodybuilders Gayle Moher and Lauren Powers. Only the top three Ms. Olympia winners earn big money and Gayle placed ninth. The next day, she is back to her day job to earn a living with a muscle worship session. This client will spend a week's wages for his time with Gayle. Each session is different, but she will generally pose as well as allow them to touch, kiss or massage her muscles. Gayle's business partner Lauren Powers shows up as they record videos for sale and prepare a Muscle Worship trip to Europe.
Highway Amazon, a 2001 film documentary chronicles bodybuilder Christine Fetzer's travels across the country, wrestling men in motel rooms for $300 an hour. Some pay up to $1,000 for the whole day "when they want to hang out and show me off, like a little muscle showpiece" she says. Between sessions, Christine spends her time applying makeup, icing down sore muscles, and talking to her boyfriend back home in Texas.
This bodybuilding sub-culture seems to stem from the bodybuilder's need to supplement her income from a grossly underpaid profession and a fan's obsession to meet and interact with a muscle woman. Gayle Moher's mom puts it eloquently, “If men are stupid enough to pay good money to touch Gayle’s muscles, then good luck to her.”
Written by Area Orion originally for FemaleMuscle.com