ANSWERS: 33
  • can you say pervert !
  • yer i dont think so
  • Sounds sleazy!!!! Massage does not include the breasts!
  • I think I missed my calling as a massage therapist.
  • The cancer check should be reserved for a doctor but if a woman wants them massaged then let him make some money.
  • Not professional and illegal. Does he have a license? If he does or if he is certified, he can be turned in. My husband is a massage therapist and no way should this happens. Stuff like this ruins the legitimate business of this health field. The only way ANY massage therapist would work near a breast is with permission and a very good reason like some after-cancer care but it is a very specialized new field.
  • No thank you!
  • EEEooowww, a message therapist checking breasts? He's a weirdo, take your breasts and go home. Tell everyone, call the cops. Sick
  • Unless he's a licensed oncologist or Ob/Gyn, he's doing very illegal things.
  • Well its not so bad. behind the breast tissue are very important muscles, that especially on women, are very tense. Now, if you do not feel comfortable with this, your therapist should know right away. YOU are in charge. however, if you want the full body affect, go with it. why? because they are tits. sure, guys talk about tits and they look great and all, but trust me, they arent what brings a man to orgasm. so feeling tits all day can get boring, know what i mean? and if he is massaging your pec's, and happens to notice something out of the ordinary, he would be doing you a disservice by not telling you. on a second note, my female therapists always go with the Happy endings, if you know what i mean. and it is actually a delightful way to end a massage. if i had a bump on the old kick stand, id want her to tell me!
  • A cunning plan, but he's no doctor...
  • He should massage my junk and check that for cancer.
  • I'd call the cops. This is not legal in the practice of massage therary. Even if you could find breast cancer from rubbing the breasts, a MT is not a doctor, and can not diagnois ANYTHING.
  • I think I'm gonna change professions yo...;)
  • A frontal massage is a great service; the line about checking for cancer is probably what he has to tell his girlfriend so she'll let him go to work:)
  • I would say he sounds perfectly legit. If it saves you from going to your gynecologist, see if he offers pelvic exams as well. I think I've beeen to this guy - does he charge extra for the breast exams?
  • what a load o bull a massage therapist would not know what a cancerous lump feels like. thats why we have doctors pervert much?? no idiot would fall for that :L:L:L
  • I think the guy AND his clients are lying to themselves about what's really going on here.
  • When he has male cleints does he massage their balls to check for testicular cancer?
  • I am a licensed massage therapist in Texas and it is legal to come in contact with a woman's breasts during a massage of the underlying musculature with a signed release form. Most legitimate massage therapists will not massage just the breast. The pectoral muscles run completely behind the breasts and can need massage if pain is in that area. Contact with the breasts may become necessary in that situation, but usually not the nipple area if it can be avoided. Usually if I am aware of a woman's pecs being tense, I will massage the area between the breasts and the clavicle..collar bone..and after the massage show her on a muscle chart where to have her hubby or boyfriend rub. If she says she wants me to do it, I would obtain proper release and proceed with caution and draping to not expose the breast.
  • I think you're retarded.
  • NO NO NO. absolutely not NOT NOT... is that clear enough?? that person should be reported to the police. All legitamate masseurs do not do that sort of "service" to anyone professionally.Ever. (except 4 wives and girlfriends !)
  • Ithink it's just for having fun. basicaly he is enjoying it
  • WOW! Thats completely agains the code of ethics and against personal boundaries. That "Massage Therapist" needs to be turned in to the massag tharapy board immediately. He shouldn't have a liscence if he does. Breast Cancer has nothing to do with massage therapy. A massage therapist does not and can't touch any woman or man in parts like that. No matter what. Someone should check to see if he has a liscence and if its real and then report him. Im going to school to be a massage therapist and that's definetly putting the massage therapy business in risk. People; Whenever you get a massage do it in a professional place, Never ever let a therapist touch your breasts or any part that shouldn't be touched for any reason. Not even if it's a woman. It's completely wrong and you as a client are the only one that can stop it. Do not keep your mouth shut in those cases and definetly get someone involved in the case imediatley.
  • i talked with massage theraphist and they said, they can do breast massage. but need to get permission from the ladies.i will allow to do breast massage by RMT>medically its good for breast health
  • Well I guess there's nothing wrong with checking for lumps while massaging someone's breasts. You get two for the price of one, a breast exam AND a nice massage. :)
  • Yeah this is wrong unless he has asked your permission and you are comfortable with it. He cannot be checking for cancer, although we are trained to be able to detect these things and if there is something we notice that we think could be cancer we must tell you that you may want to see a doctor. I am going to school to be a RMT so this is all fresh and new. We do learn how to massage the breasts but the client must feel comfortable and agree to it.
  • A Nationally Certified Professional MT should only do breast massage after getting written consent from the client.
  • i think this is disgusting! no one is touching my boobs, even a doctor.
  • i have been hearing a lot lately about register tantric massage therapists how do they fit in
  • ah just found out tantric massage therapists are illegal in most state of america but not any where else in the world is full body massage with a happy ending for women is legal everywhere but america. I was just asking about it because I was not sure what it was but knew it involved breast massage and more and was wondering about the details thanks for the help. didn't want to do something illegal
  • grrrrrrrr... this is the kinda thing that completly ruins the reputation of massage therapy, it is a real practice and has wonderful health benefits, to do that kind of thing is simply wrong. now if it is between two consenting adults however it is cool, but if money exchanges hands for that purpose it is prostitution.
  • Breast massage IS a legitimate therapy, commonly indicated for: pregnancy, recovery from surgery or breast cancer treatment, or sore, painful breasts. Breasts don't actually have muscle tissue, but they do have a lot of lymphatic tissue, and that is the focus of the massage - drainage of accumulated fluid. There ARE, however, certain restrictions, and you MUST make sure your client gives you informed consent and has had time to get information about the treatment and think it over. You would NOT massage the breasts in the context of a regular treatment, or even the same day it was suggested as a benefit. As with any massage, only the area treated is undraped at a time, and there are other options to undraping, and treatment must be stopped or modified if the client so wishes or feels uncomfortable. Also, the nipples and areolas are never touched, no matter what style of draping was used. While performing a breast massage, you often do feel various "lumps", but it is outside our scope of practice to determine if these are items to be concerned about, so we must simply notify the client if any are found and advise them to visit their doctor, but that 90% of them do turn out to be nothing to worry about. This information is in accordance with the Standards of Practice of the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario. You can verify that at www.cmto.com, more specifically: http://www.cmto.com/regulations/standard.htm For a male massage therapist, I would highly recommend that if you do choose to include breast massage in your practice, to spend extra time describing the techniques, draping, benefits, and risks well before the treatment, even a week or two in advance, and to get specific consent in writing.

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