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I have been a gay man for 56 years. Took me 50 to tell my family. So, last Jan 2017, I decided to get my very first massage ever for my birthday as I broke my ankle and left leg in May 2016 and was out of the boot and walking on my own. I found him on MF.com. Was very close to alameda where I live and we emailed and talked on the phone. I thought we were on the same page. Well, the don’t touch my lower left leg flew right out the window, as did stop, you are hurting me comments. Apparently I am not a Man because I was told to take it. And his very very very thick 9. I didn’t know what to do. I was pinned down. And left ASAP.

 

A year later, I want to try again and I am not using MF ever again. The Rent sites appear safer and if I am a fool tell me right now.

 

I’m seeking advice from clients and providers. How do I handle similar situations and if you have had this experience, what did you do/

 

I live in Alameda, CA. Across the Bay in San Francisco.

 

 

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Men are pigs...unfortunately....even the nice ones.

 

Sometimes you have to “help” them understand what you mean

by “please stop...you’re hurting me”. If someone has failed to

respond to clear verbal cues, I suggest taking them firmly by the

wrist and saying “if you do that again I will break your fucking wrist”.

 

Yes, it will “ruin” the mood and yes you will most likely never

have sex with that man again...but ask youself....at that point...

is that really a bad thing?

 

Idiotic aggression only responds to aggression. It’s sad but it’s

human nature. He’s counting on you not having the balls to

resist....in that senario....feel free to cut off his balls.

 

“Take it like a man”...only works when consent has been given

to indeed “take it” like a man.

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Please submit a review of the masseur to Daddy's review site. Clients deserve to learn about this.

(This masseur would have an opportunity to give his side of it, but from your description of the interaction,

I don't think he could possibly come up with anything believable to discredit your account).

 

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I have been a gay man for 56 years. Took me 50 to tell my family. So, last Jan 2017, I decided to get my very first massage ever for my birthday as I broke my ankle and left leg in May 2016 and was out of the boot and walking on my own. I found him on MF.com. Was very close to alameda where I live and we emailed and talked on the phone. I thought we were on the same page. Well, the don’t touch my lower left leg flew right out the window, as did stop, you are hurting me comments. Apparently I am not a Man because I was told to take it. And his very very very thick 9. I didn’t know what to do. I was pinned down. And left ASAP.

 

A year later, I want to try again and I am not using MF ever again. The Rent sites appear safer and if I am a fool tell me right now.

 

I’m seeking advice from clients and providers. How do I handle similar situations and if you have had this experience, what did you do/

 

I live in Alameda, CA. Across the Bay in San Francisco.

 

 

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Please submit a review of the masseur to Daddy's review site. Clients deserve to learn about this.

(This masseur would have an opportunity to give his side of it, but from your description of the interaction,

I don't think he could possibly come up with anything believable to discredit your account).

 

The OP said this happened a year ago. I believe Daddy has a time limit on when one can submit a review, 30 days. But I could be wrong.

 

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I'm sorry to hear about your experience. When you say "stop" that means stop. Period.

 

I don't think you are a fool for wanting to try again. I also don't think you are a fool for not wanting to use Rent Masseur, but it seems a bit unfair to paint all of their advertisers with the same broad brush. If you found a guy on Masseurfinder but he also advertised on Rent Massuer would you decline to hire him?

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*I just got an award b/c someone liked my post. Thank you!*

 

I have been a gay man for 56 years. Took me 50 to tell my family. So, last Jan 2017, I decided to get my very first massage ever for my birthday as I broke my ankle and left leg in May 2016 and was out of the boot and walking on my own. I found him on MF.com. Was very close to alameda where I live and we emailed and talked on the phone. I thought we were on the same page. Well, the don’t touch my lower left leg flew right out the window, as did stop, you are hurting me comments. Apparently I am not a Man because I was told to take it. And his very very very thick 9. I didn’t know what to do. I was pinned down. And left ASAP.

 

A year later, I want to try again and I am not using MF ever again. The Rent sites appear safer and if I am a fool tell me right now.

 

I’m seeking advice from clients and providers. How do I handle similar situations and if you have had this experience, what did you do/

 

I live in Alameda, CA. Across the Bay in San Francisco.

 

 

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Sorry that you had that type of experience. There are many very well thought of Gentleman who are discussed here and in the review section.

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One of my first-ever experiences was with a guy who gave massages out of a private studio downtown, it turned into a "he kept brushing his hardon through his shorts against my hand" and it went where you'd expect. :-) Years later, he was working at a legit spa, I got a massage from him; no play this time, given the location, but he kept rubbing and squeezing my achilles tendon, which HURT. I asked him to stop a few times, he kept zeroing back in on it, so I got up, dressed and left. Nothing like the "very very thick 9", but leaving is always an option.

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One of my first-ever experiences was with a guy who gave massages out of a private studio downtown, it turned into a "he kept brushing his hardon through his shorts against my hand" and it went where you'd expect. :) Years later, he was working at a legit spa, I got a massage from him; no play this time, given the location, but he kept rubbing and squeezing my achilles tendon, which HURT. I asked him to stop a few times, he kept zeroing back in on it, so I got up, dressed and left. Nothing like the "very very thick 9", but leaving is always an option.

 

I didn’t know what to do. I was pinned down. And left ASAP.
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*I just got an award b/c someone liked my post. Thank you!*

 

I have been a gay man for 56 years. Took me 50 to tell my family. So, last Jan 2017, I decided to get my very first massage ever for my birthday as I broke my ankle and left leg in May 2016 and was out of the boot and walking on my own. I found him on MF.com. Was very close to alameda where I live and we emailed and talked on the phone. I thought we were on the same page. Well, the don’t touch my lower left leg flew right out the window, as did stop, you are hurting me comments. Apparently I am not a Man because I was told to take it. And his very very very thick 9. I didn’t know what to do. I was pinned down. And left ASAP.

 

A year later, I want to try again and I am not using MF ever again. The Rent sites appear safer and if I am a fool tell me right now.

 

I’m seeking advice from clients and providers. How do I handle similar situations and if you have had this experience, what did you do/

 

I live in Alameda, CA. Across the Bay in San Francisco.

 

 

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You weren't expecting sex and he tried to rape you? Or, you were expecting sex, and he was too rough?

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@escortrod. That’s an oops. I meant I was pinned down and was unable to get out ASAP. After trying to buck him off me, he got up and I ended the session. I paid him in full for his time. I don’t know if that was good or not.

 

@MiamiLooker: This was the first time I tried a massage of any type. I told him he could massage my glutes, but I didn’t want anything else in that area. I figured there would be some fooling around and that would be cool. Overall he was too rough, wasn’t listening to me and kept going back to my butt. I don’t think for a second that he tried to rape. Things went too far and I wasn’t sure how to properly handle it. He’s like 6’2” solid muscle and I am 5’10” just starting to walk normally on a still healing broken ankle.

 

Thank you for all the replies and if you know anyone in Oakland or San Francisco you’d recommend, please let me know.

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...@MiamiLooker: This was the first time I tried a massage of any type. I told him he could massage my glutes, but I didn’t want anything else in that area. I figured there would be some fooling around and that would be cool. Overall he was too rough, wasn’t listening to me and kept going back to my butt. I don’t think for a second that he tried to rape. Things went too far and I wasn’t sure how to properly handle it. He’s like 6’2” solid muscle and I am 5’10” just starting to walk normally on a still healing broken ankle....

My first thought was exactly what @MiamiLooker said, but based on your comment I'll use a different term - sexual assault. In my opinion (and it sounds like @MiamiLooker thinks along the same lines) a person who uses their physical size to attempt unwanted sexual content with someone who is smaller than they are and is in a weakened state due to an injury has at the very least attempted to sexually assault the other party.

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