If you’re looking for the most gay massage in Orlando, look no further than the one on Tuesday night.
Gay massage parlor Sweethearts is offering a variety of gay-themed massage services.
The gay massage service is also available in Miami, Miami Beach and Miami-Dade counties.
“It’s a place that offers the best of both worlds: a safe, intimate, comfortable and respectful place to work with your best friend,” said Sweethears owner and manager, Kristi L. Mathers.
Mathers and her partner, Kyle S. Taylor, are both active gay activists.
Taylor and Mather said they were surprised by the backlash they received for booking the gay massage on Tuesday.
A lot of people are really upset and feel that they’re not welcome here, Taylor said.
They just feel uncomfortable and they’re really scared, Mather and Taylor said, adding that they were expecting more backlash and had hoped to take the place down from their Airbnb listing.
However, the backlash has been so intense that they canceled their booking on Tuesday, Mathering said.
“There are people that don’t understand that we were booking this place.
We weren’t booking it for our own pleasure.
It’s for our friends, for our family,” Mather told ABC News.
She said they felt the need to come out as gay and openly perform the gay masseuses services.
Mather’s partner said he felt threatened and hurt by the vitriol directed at the gay salon.
Taylor and Saylor said they have not received any threats but they were worried for the safety of their employees and staff.
“We’re hoping that our staff members are safe,” Mathering and Taylor told ABC affiliate WFLA.
“But I’m sure that there’s going to be some people that are going to take offense,” Taylor said about the backlash.
“I’ve been working here for a while.
I’ve been doing this for six years.
I know how hard it is.
So I’m definitely not worried.
It can happen to anyone.
It was never my intention to offend anybody.
So it’s just sad that people were hurt.”
The gay masseuse, who is named as Brian, said he was shocked to be targeted by so many people and the comments he received.
“It was shocking, it was very sad,” he told ABC.
“I was really surprised that it was so much negative.
We’ve been here for 10 years, and it was like, this is happening, and I’m not going to go anywhere else.”
Mather and her partners are also taking legal action to have the gay spa removed from their listings.
An Airbnb listing for the gay gay massage parlour, Sweetheasts, had attracted more than 2,500 negative reviews after a petition was started.
The petition calls for the owner of Sweetheasters to be banned from renting the business out.
Mills said they decided to take action after a group of friends asked if they could rent the gay salons place out, which was only a couple blocks from their home.
“You see so many things on social media and on social news, and we just felt like it was time to take a stand,” Milling said.
The gay salon will still be open on Wednesday and Thursday.
Sweethearts will offer an adult gay massage as well as a gay massage and an intimate gay massage for $70 per hour.