The therapeutic and massage industry is a $10 billion industry. And the demand from women for “happy ending” massages is only going up. Just read some of these quotes below… “I was getting a deep tissue massage and was enjoying it greatly when the masseuse started to go past the normal boundaries just a bit.
Tanya, a white, 34-year-old mom, is one of the many women across the U.S. risking arrest for a happy ending. In December of last year, Tanya entered a strip-mall massage parlor in a ritzy Houston suburb—the same parlor she’d been going to for 11 years for traditional massage services, sometimes with her ex-husband.
“Happy ending massage” seems to be one of the most popular porn searches for women. Apparently, a large majority of women fantasize about a slow, sensual touch that ends in an orgasmic experience.
Happy-ending massage stories are pretty common, a mixture of truth, half-truth, and urban legend that captivates the imagination of men, even in this age of casual sex and unlimited Internet porn.
I’ve always heard of men going to special massage parlors for that happy ending “relief” at the end, but I had no idea if that was something that ever happened for women.
Is it OK to ask for a happy ending? If it’s a “happy ending” joint, they never ask. They usually just do it. It’s the pre-massage signals that you give them that will let them know that you’re hip and it’s on. How much does a happy ending cost? Normally a $40 tip is required for happy ending. $60 seems to be the going price for an hour massage, so $100 total.
For the uninitiated, a “happy ending” is exactly what it sounds like: an orgasm for the client, courtesy of the masseuse, at the end of the massage.
True story. About 3 years ago I was dating a woman who decided she wanted to take me to massage envy for a couples massage for my birthday. The first girl came out and she was pretty fricking attractive, so I’m thinking hell yeah, this is gonna be great! Second girl comes out and she’s a beast!! I’m taking like barely 5’ but pushing 4 ...