My Massage Had a Happy Ending


MassageI love getting a massage. And I usually get a couple of them a year. It's one of the few things, other than oral sex, that totally relaxes me.

But I've never gotten a massage by a male therapist. I've often wondered how it would be different. Mainly, would I get sexually aroused?

I haven't been turned on by a massage before. My only bodily response, other than the release of some taut neck muscles, has been the increased need to pass gas. And that's embarrassing no matter what the gender of the massager is. But massages can definitely be sexual.

Male friends, both gay and straight, have told me that they sometimes get erections when having a massage done by both masseuses (females) and masseurs (males). Gender doesn't matter. It just has to do with being touched by another person in a soothing, relaxing manner.

But I like to push out the edges of my comfort zone one inch at a time so, after much internal deliberation, I decided to have my recent massage, a hot stone massage, done by a male masseur. I figured I was on vacation, far from home. He wouldn't know me and I'd never see him again.

I was a little nervous going in, naked underneath my robe. I didn't have breakfast that morning because I didn't want to have to pass gas. The masseur was cute and very polite. He left the room for a few minutes while I crawled underneath the sheet on the table. (I know, they all do that.)

And then it began. The treatment started with a traditional massage to warm my muscles up. Right away, it felt different than my other experiences. His hands were stronger, bigger. The warm oil, the hot stones. I felt like I was slowly being enveloped in a bath of warm, creamy butter. And my mind started to drift ...

I'm lying naked on a soft platform at the beach. It's dusk, the sultriest time of day. There is a soft ocean breeze. And I'm having the best massage of my life. The strong hands, the warm stones, the fragrant oil. And I'm thinking of what Sergio's finish is going to be like. The anticipation is driving me crazy. His hands are on the back of my legs, rhythmically stroking them. And with each stroke, he gets closer to my ...

Then I flinched, which is what I do when I'm almost completely relaxed and dreaming of doing something physical. And I remembered where I was and who I was with. Embarrassed by my flinching, I muttered sorry to the masseur. Then hoped he didn't realize that I had drooled and was also completely aroused. My equivalent to an erection? Engorged labia.

He didn't have much of a reaction to the drooling or the flinching. Most men don't. And if he noticed the steam coming from my vaginal area, he ignored it. But I was very tense for the rest of the massage. So much for being relaxed. I guess there's a reason that I usually have a female therapist.

After the massage, I texted my husband and asked him to meet me in our hotel room. I figured I might as well have him finish off the fantasy for me with the happy ending I was looking for.

Have you gotten turned on by a massage before? Was the therapist a male or a female?


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hotic... hoticedcoffee

I've been getting a massage roughly 4 times a year for the past 10 or so years, and never once gotten hot and bothered.   Not to say that I wouldn't, if the person giving me the massage was hot and sexy, but I've never gotten a professional rub-down from a hottie.  Not sure that I'd want one, either, because I don't think I'd be able to relax. 

DRobi... DRobinson

Just reading your description made me start to feel horny.  I've never had a professional massage; maybe I should.  A while back, I read an article that said women can get a "happy ending" at some spas in New York City.


cdjak cdjak

I'm not discounting that some women may well get aroused from a professional massage. I never have. It doesn't matter what the massage therapist looks like or how big or strong his hands are. I've had professional massages from both male and female therapists; they are relaxing and help me with muscle and back pain issues. Also, if you do find a spa that gives 'happy endings', I'm sure that what they're doing is illegal, as that is a form of sex for pay, aka prostitution. If I want a happy ending to my massage, I get one from my husband. 

cdjak cdjak

Oh, yeah. There is no rule that you have to be totally naked during a massage either. You can wear panties, and you have the option not to have your backside massaged as well. They usually do that through the blanket anyway. Most massages also avoid the chest-every one I've had except for one in Europe did. 

nonmember avatar Antilles

As a licensed male massage therapist in NYC I feel the need to comment. Yes it's illegal to offer a happy ending and get paid for it. That being said, what two CONSENTING (not the emphasis on consenting?) adults do behind closed doors is entirely up to them. As long as no money is exchange for a sexual act then it dwells in a morally grey area. Do people get turned on during massages? You betcha. I've had many women of various ages become highly aroused on my table, some to the point that they straight up asked me to finish them off. I don't see a problem with doing it as long as its what they WANT. I don't overstep my boundaries...ever. And I never ask for any compensation, other than they pay for the massage work itself. I've given happy endings to female clients in a number of places but I prefer to do it in their homes, safer that way.

adopt... adoption2013

I've never been aroused put to sleep maybe but not aroused.

nonmember avatar Jessica

I am a Licensed Massage Therapist in Md, and elements of this article really bother me. Is it natural to occasionally feel attracted to your Therapist or client? Yes. Is it ethical to act on those feelings? Absolutely not. Number one: by visiting a place that offers "Happy Endings", you may be unwittingly supporting human trafficking, even though the 'masseuse' seems very willing. Second: I'd like you readers to consider how you'd feel about this article if it was written by a man about a female therapist. Many times, I have seen a woman humored for making the same comments that have gotten a man labeled a pervert and tossed out. I trained and studied healthcare level science classes to obtain my licence, and the right to be called a Massage Therapist, not masseuse or masseur. Those are antiquated terms that imply uneducated, illicit goings on. Do your body a favor, and only visit Mt's who have been to school, and agreed to abide by a code of ethics. They will have taken the Mblex or NCETM/B.

nonmember avatar CBantam

I have had many massages from the opposite sex and normally will get an erection as I become more relaxed. I am very tactile and love the feel of skin on skin so it is not a surprise to me. I am always embarrassed but the masseuse takes it in stride and never comments, just keeps massaging the muscles. I loved your story and the happy ending for your husband

nonmember avatar Sore and achey

I need a masseur!!!!! Somebody help me get the "kink"s out!!!!

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