It's good to hear of yet another possible tool for recovery. As long as it is safe, supervised, and effective in combating the issues so many survivors have with touch and intimacy then I would be all for it. My fear is the vulnerable state of mind, individual and collective, it might put survivors in especially those dealing with SSA and/or sexual acting out in the past. Somehow I could see it doing more harm than good given the fact that perfect strangers are asked to be physically close with one another in a way usually reserved for friends, parents, and partners. It sounds a little wacky to me too, and if I am being frank, susceptible to infiltration by those with ulterior motives. "Hey, I am XYZ it was really cool cuddling with you man it's great to blah blah blah want to come back to my place?" But if anyone has had a positive experience with this I would like to hear about it because I am merely speculating here and would rather hear first hand accounts before drawing conclusions.
"Life is like this dark tunnel. You may not always see the light at the end of the tunnel, but if you keep moving, you will come to a better place." ~ General Iroh