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I'm surprised that TER would not accept the review....
mrfisher 87 Reviews 3534 reads
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After all, you have a provider advertising on a sex site and making sexual come-ons.

The fact that no sex took place is not a reason why a review should be rejected, in fact, just the opposite.

TER criteria used to be that a review could occur if an actual meeting took place, and that did happen.

I'd like a response from TER administration if there are new criteria now.

AVOID She advertises in Adult Body Rub section of Maine BP.  Works out of location in South Portland as well as home in OOB.  She says in the Ad she is age 45.  She doesn't mention her name. She quotes $100 which leads you to believe it is more than a therapeutic massage. TOFTT However, nothing sensual or sexual is evenly remotely going to happen.  Hope this helps!

I sort of agree with you in that she puts in that blurb about freindship and comfort.  A real sincere bodywork only massage therapist would never use those terms.

Since you did see her, you can review her.

Out of a somewhat purient curiosity, I'd like to know exactly how any interaction that involved probing about sexual activity went down.

Also, there are a few non-sexual massage therapists I have seen where after 3 or 4 sessions, a HJ was offered (for extra compensation, of course.)

There was even one time we went all the way.

Never say never.

I tried to post a review but it was rejected because nothing erotic happened.  She gave a decent massage but man it was really cold in that basement ...especially for the first 15 minutes until the heated table and blanket covering made things a little better.  She was not particularly attractive.  She says she is age 45.  I would say she is north of that and probably over 50.  Very plain Jane looking with glasses, more of an older housewife than a MILF.
So for me, I don't want to have sex with her that bad that I'm willing to invest another $300-$400 to see what else might happen.  There are plenty of places I can get just as good a massage from a more attractive woman with some sort of ending.

After all, you have a provider advertising on a sex site and making sexual come-ons.

The fact that no sex took place is not a reason why a review should be rejected, in fact, just the opposite.

TER criteria used to be that a review could occur if an actual meeting took place, and that did happen.

I'd like a response from TER administration if there are new criteria now.

That's what I said in an email to them when they rejected it.  They stuck with their decision.  They suggested I post about it on the board.  so there it is...  Looking at it from a perspective client point of view if I was searching for reviews it would be nice to find a review from someone that advertises in the adult section but provides no sexual relief.  Not sure I would do a search of board posts...

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