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    Anon_155123 posted:
    I sometimes get an erection while receiving a whole body massage. When I do, the hard throbbing becomes so intense that I can hardly stand it. If the lady giving me the massage does not help relieve the pressure, then is it acceptable for me to ask her if I may masturbate to relieve the tension?
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    Anon_125014 responded:
    "IF?" ...apparently you've been going to some fairly unusual massage parlors if you think there's even a possibility that your masseuse will be willing to do that.

    In answer to your question, No, it is not acceptable for you to ask her if you may masturbate. It is acceptable to let the lady know that you need a minute or two alone by yourself.


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