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[–] Apricot_Ibex 6 points Edited

They really do think massage places mean either “rub & tug” or “escorting” and their tiny porn brains forget that there are REAL massage therapy establishments, or rather they refuse to respect that.

A couple years ago, a licensed masseuse told me about her experiences with disgusting men and how she’s had to deal with plenty of calls, texts, and in-person harassment. She has had to refuse to see certain male clients again. They KNOW she’s not a prostitute but keep insisting that she should be willing to sexually “service” them because she’s giving them a massage. 🤮🤬

From a 2020 Canadian study:

Historical associations between massage therapy and sex work result in the presence of harmful stereotypes that reinforce the sexualization of massage therapy.

…The survey revealed that 74.8% of massage therapists surveyed experienced sexual harassment by clients, with 26.5% experiencing an incident on more than three occasions. Verbal forms of harassment were more common than were physical forms (55.0% and 6.0%), although 34.0% reported experiencing both verbal and physical forms.

And as for the prostitution parlors, all this misery and disease spreading in the world for these idiot scrotes to get a few seconds of “nut” 🤮 by exploiting a woman’s body parts to masturbate onto/into. They don’t care either if the women are trafficking victims, have all their earnings stolen from them, etc.

Reddit happily hosts endless discussions on participating in an exploitative and illegal activity as long as it’s for muh dick, but women on FDS who warn each other about committing to these exact same STD-riddled cheating males (who only see woman as “cum dumpsters”) are hounded and silenced, same as the women who don’t want men in their shower room. 🤔

There are SO MANY of these places everywhere where I live. Does anyone have resources on what I can do to help women in there? Even just a link to a website. I can’t find any info on what to do. It makes me sick knowing every day I walk past places where women are being assaulted for profit.