You Deserve to be Pampered
Several years ago, I was living in California
and working as a massage therapist. After a few years, I
decided to take my show on the road and kneaded my way across
Europe as a massage therapist for some of the most elite
resorts on earth. What I’m about to tell you is common knowledge
in the massage business. Keep in mind, the industry does
not condone or advertise the availability of sex/massages,
so be discreet and proper when visiting these places. There
are high-class spas in almost every country. For those who
don’t have the bucks for an expensive international trip,
there are many places you can go—right here in the USA—to
get a sex/massage that equals anything you can get abroad.
The two places I’m about to describe shall remain nameless,
but it’s easy to figure out who they are. The first is located
on the central California coast and is famous for its beautiful
massage therapists that do their work in the nude. In fact,
clothing is optional here! The name of this place starts
with an “E.” As far as resorts go, this one is rather inexpensive
and rustic. Rooms are around $100 per night with nude massages
that start at about $75. The soothing, pampering “spa experience”
is actually what you go to a resort for, but it just so
happens that sex can also be had if you know the secret
passwords. Here, they are “Prozac for everyone” but merely
saying these words will not guarantee sex. Therapists can
be arrested for prostitution if caught and the establishment
can loose its license—so understandably they are cautious.
Remember: be discreet. Offer to pay at least $75 for a jerk
off and $100 for oral or intercourse. It can take place
right there on the table or in your room. The money is cash,
up front. The second place is right on the southern California
border near Mexico. It starts with an “L.” Not for the poor
of pocket, “L” is a total indulgence spa that offers unsurpassed
cuisine, accommodations and service. The cheapest rooms
go for about $200 a night, but they are unbelievably lavish!
You must be on your best behavior here, as the clientele
is rich and famous. Leave your jeans at home but bring lots
of cash. When I worked there, there were no passwords to
instigate sex. Therapists wear white clinical uniforms and
one-hour massages (the best in the world!) start at $175.
You will be offered a towel to cover your private parts,
but if you want something ‘extra’ politely refuse the towel.
If she insists on coverage, don’t even think about asking
for sex. Since the art of massage is an intimate experience
of hand/body contact often preformed by members of the opposite
sex, it is not uncommon for the male customer to become
aroused. If your therapist steps away from the table and
suggests a minute or two for you to regain your composure,
she is not willing to go ‘further’. On the other hand, if
she takes no notice of your blatant erection—or better yet,
compliments you on it—you just hit pay dirt. Discreetly
offer her a minimum of $100 for a hand job and $200 or more
for a fuck. Have the bills folded in the front pocket of
your (nearby) jacket and tell her to get it. Very few words
are needed. In fact, the less said the better. There are
spa/resorts in every state, several right here in Oregon.
None will admit that sex is an option with your massage.
Condoms are expected. These girls are clean, respectable
professionals, so treat them accordingly. All totaled, a
weekend (two nights) at even the most expensive resort/spa
shouldn’t run you more than $650. Eat elsewhere to cut expenses.
Let me know how it goes.