Re: "Bamboozled by Boners"
So basically what is going on in the realm of massage therapy is this: If you are male and you accidentally get a boner while getting a massage, you forfeit the right to have the massage you paid for completed. It seems to me that this is a bullshit argument. If having an erection is reason for the therapist to cease a massage, then that information needs to be included in the informational material provided before said massage is started. Had I known that, I would have consciously focused on not getting a boner. This of course would have defeated the goal of total relaxation during massage, but at least I would have known what I was supposed to do. Seriously, is a boner so threatening that it constitutes a breach of contract on the part of the client? I am bamboozled. BYRRUS