Putting up a new thread as there are discussions on this subject popping up in several threads that are specific to a massage place or a therapist. When reviewing a therapist who provides legit receipts for insurance purposes, I tend to not get into posting about any extra-curricular activities that may take place in order not to jeopardise their standing with the insurance companies. Also, in some (RMT +) cases what develops is a YMMV thing, so it's not the same as posting about a body rub place where everything is on a menu all the time. Of course if no one posted anything there would be no forum. IMHO, in these RMT+ situations, we should simply provide a general hint and leave it that. Let individuals do their own work to develop a 'relationship', as opposed to providing all kinds of details and possibly destroying what is available. I think many of the RMT's are totally scared of the possibility of someone posting a very detailed review and this is what prevents them from venturing into the RMT+ situations more often. What do you guys think? ps: BTW, masseuses leaning into us, our hands, feet, heads is nothing new. Most of the smarter RMT's use these approaches to ensure repeat customers, even if they won't cross the line much more, ever. Newbies make a bigger deal out of these elements. The challenge is to build a deeper rapport, and you can't build trust if you rush home and describe it all in an online post, the same night .