Touch is a sense often used to attempt to engage Sensory Beings, but are we offering the scope of experience that we might, and are we understanding the responses to our approach accurately? In Part A of this chapter, we look at some of the counterintuitive notions when it comes to understanding tactile experience and people’s responses to it. In Part B, we look at what sorts of touch experiences we might look to offer Sensory Beings as a stimulus for sensory-being.