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I'm just curious. Say the masseur is trying to make the client happy but client has ED and it won't cooperate. Does the masseur just give up? Or say how about if the client takes an hour or more to umm release, at what point does the masseur gives up and say your time is up?

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It all depends on the masseur... another reason to have good communication with the masseur upfront, so to speak... if the client has ED, that should be shared with the masseur at the beginning of the massage if that medical condition is relevant to the massage. You are paying for time and the massage.. when that time that you are paying for is up, then it is time to leave !! You are not paying for anything but the massage.

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I think there are times when a client just can't cum, and it gets embarrassing to see the masseur try and try, and he know it just isn't going to happen. Rather than prolong both parties' embarrassment, the client should just say something like, "Thanks for the effort, but I just don't think it's going to happen today. Great massage; let's call it a day." To me, that's the sensible thing to do.

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I think there are times when a client just can't cum, and it gets embarrassing to see the masseur try and try, and he know it just isn't going to happen. Rather than prolong both parties' embarrassment, the client should just say something like, "Thanks for the effort, but I just don't think it's going to happen today. Great massage; let's call it a day." To me, that's the sensible thing to do.

 

I concur. Unless you can negotiate a longer appointment in the moment, it doesn't make sense to expect a masseur to greatly exceed the scheduled appointment time. (Notice I wrote "greatly" as I also think it's horrible when someone is such a clock watcher, presumably because they have someone else scheduled immediately following the appointment, that they actually say "time's up" a few minutes early so you can be dressed and out before the next client arrives.)

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I think there are times when a client just can't cum, and it gets embarrassing to see the masseur try and try, and he know it just isn't going to happen. Rather than prolong both parties' embarrassment, the client should just say something like, "Thanks for the effort, but I just don't think it's going to happen today. Great massage; let's call it a day." To me, that's the sensible thing to do.

 

It takes me a longer time than usual (e.g., when I am doing it myself) to be jacked off by another so I usually tell them "Thanks, I appreciate that, but it is not necessary." This saves him the frustration, me the embarrassment, and my dick the over-manipulation..."

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Communicate with your masseur: whether you have ED, prostate issues, cum easily, love/hate having your nipples played with, would like to try prostate massage - any & all info that will help your masseur to plan a successful session for you, let them know early on. Many masseurs are quite intuitive and will try to read your non-verbal clues, but we are not telepathic.

 

When it comes to the Happy Ending, if there's some way he could tweak his technique to push you over the edge, let him know. If you realize that it probably isn't going to happen that day, let him know, then he can finish with some more relaxing techniques. Some guys find it extremely difficult to cum except by their own hand, so take over if necessary. I usually prefer not to have the Happy Ending at the ending, but about 2/3 - 3/4 of the way through. This allows some extra time if my client needs it and usually leaves time to finish with a relaxing head/neck/shoulders massage. If you know that it often takes you awhile to get worked up sexually, consider booking a 90 min massage. If you've hired someone for an hour, then that is what you should expect, no more or less. An hour from the time you have arranged to meet. The margins in massage are much smaller than in escorting, so a professional masseur cannot afford to leave long gaps between clients, especially during the peak "after-work" hours.

 

Truthfully, I would encourage anyone who has the time and can afford it to consider booking a 90 minute session. To welcome a client and do some intake, get them fully relaxed on the table, therapeutically address some of their musculo-skeletal impairments in the course of a full-body massage and have an unrushed Happy Ending (and possibly a shower) can be challenging to accomplish in 60 mins.

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