A. No. The cuddlers on CAPC are very strict on the “No sexual activity policy.” There are plenty of other places you can get sexual services.
The sessions are filmed for safety purposes, they are transferred onto a separate hard drive. They are not put up on the internet. No filming is necessary when there are other people at the place of cuddling (e.g. roommates at the house of the cuddler).
There is no formal training that is more than 20 years old since cuddling is a new trend. Beware of people who are claiming they are gurus or that they received professional accreditation. The title does not mean that they are good nor bad. The main skills of a cuddler remain their personal skills such as being caring and compassionate, which are hard to learn. This is why we hope cuddlees will report cuddlers who should not be practicing due to lack of professionalism of lack of caring.
To avoid being filmed, there is also the option of meeting with the cuddler 15 minutes in a public space paid at the same rate as cuddling. Either can refuse to cuddle if they feel unease with the other person.
No filming is necessary when there are other people at the place of cuddling (e.g. roommates at the house of the cuddler).