At first glance a new Japanese website looks like it could be the latest online dating portal, but it’s actually offering women a unique service — attractive men who will help them shed some tears.
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Each man will come directly to a woman’s office, where they watch sad videos until the client cries and he'll then use a handkerchief to wipe away her tears while gently touching her cheek, according to the article. The cost is about $65 and there are six different types of males from which to choose.
The idea comes from a Hiroki Terai, who created public crying events called rui katsu and has released a photo book of hot men crying.