Back in the days before whores had Web sites, guys who wanted sex for money got a "massage." You wouldn't know it now, but there was a time when massage parlors proliferated, and thousands of New York storefronts concealed cubicular rabbit warrens in which people did as rabbits do, but on a paying basis. Massage parlors offered patrons a handy low-cost form of sex, and sex workers an indoor job for which advanced English skills were not required. It's safe to say that no one involved in the equation knew the first thing about... More >>>
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Legal massage, says New York State, means "stroking, kneading, tapping, and vibrating with the hands or vibrators for the purpose of improving muscle tone and circulation."