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    No Happy Endings
    An_253522 posted:
    Hello, I'm a dark cloud, about to rain on your parade, courtesy of the respected massage therapy profession.

    It is illegal (and if not illegal where you are, then certainly unethical) to allow anyone with a professional massage therapy license or certification to touch you in any sexual way, or even in any way (sexual or not) beyond his/her scope of practice...even if it is "welcomed" by you.

    Let's pretend you still have no problem with being arrested: If you are in fact not the only one experiencing this attention, did the sensual escort (anyone who acts sexually in a professional setting does not deserve the title of "massage therapist") use protection and/or proper disinfecting products before moving onto you, so as not to spread possible communicable dis-ease to you (and anyone else who interacts with you intimately)?

    You should be turning this person in if they are not being careful & repeatedly touching the central pelvic area. If you are to behave this way together, it needs to NOT be in a professional setting.

    Please understand that it is NOT acceptable to "ask" for "happy endings". Doing so in most professional massage settings results in a report to the police (in urgency or post-appointment), and/or a negation to a privacy policy (in some places, if you portray any inappropriate/unwelcome behavior, you forfeit your privacy policy & client are just a perpetrator) which results in the massage therapist alerting his or her area massage community about you so that they may choose to not allow you to their office (and essential waste their time that could have been spent on a legitimate client).

    Just good info to know to save your skin.
    Anon_475 responded:
    Excellent, informative post. Thank you.

    Just wanted to add that, as you would be paying your "therapist" for the sexual favors she bestows on you, the situation is no longer "massage" but "prostitution" - with all that entails.
    fcl responded:
    Actually, An_253522, there is a way to give legal happy endings. I suggest you watch this:

    There's nothing inherently dirty about sex, but if you try real hard and use your imagination you can overcome that.
    topcop2003 replied to fcl's response:
    Just want you to know FCL you just turned my crappy day into a happy night! Still LMAO!!

    rhondamay replied to fcl's response:
    Thanks FCL! You are the best!
    hairyd replied to fcl's response:
    Great clip FCL; But when is another $50.00 a Happy Ending??
    Stay HEALTH, you are the the fastest Sperm from your Father.
    hairyd replied to fcl's response:
    Great clip FLC. But Guys when is another $50.00. A Happy Ending?
    Stay HEALTH, you are the the fastest Sperm from your Father.
    fcl replied to hairyd's response:
    It's called "having more money than sense" ...
    There's nothing inherently dirty about sex, but if you try real hard and use your imagination you can overcome that.

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