Do you think the massage therapist can see my crotch area?

Posted: February 19th, 2010 | Author: admin | Filed under: masage supplies | Tags: , , , , | 13 Comments »

I get regular massages and this question just popped into my head last time. My massage therapist is a man and he uses a towel to drap me in, I am nude underneith. I am totally comfortable with this. Normal massage stuff. When he massages my lower gluts and the back of my upper thighs/ inner thighs, he moves the towel up to expose the bottom half of my butt, once again normal.

But from his high angle I wonder if if he can see my crotch as my legs are somewhat appart when he does the inner thighs and butt. His movements kind of seperate my butt cheeks too so that would make it even easier to get a clear view. I am not bothered by this, just wondering.

Do you thing the therapist can see that during a normal full body massage while working the butt area?

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13 Comments on “Do you think the massage therapist can see my crotch area?”

  1. 1 caitlinn <3 said at 8:38 pm on February 19th, 2010:

    uh. it sounds like it.

  2. 2 BeachBum said at 9:35 pm on February 19th, 2010:

    From your description, yes, without a doubt.

  3. 3 BundyGil said at 10:09 pm on February 19th, 2010:

    He probably can, but it’s no different from showing your crotch to your doctor. He’s a professional and would see 10 crotches a day. As long as he remains professional it’s fine.
    You can take his photo. click click.

  4. 4 t said at 10:18 pm on February 19th, 2010:

    Oh yeah baybe he can see it, that’s hot. I think i will now become a massage therapist. But he is probably so used to it he doesn’t think about it any more, where panties next time or a thong

  5. 5 KT said at 10:38 pm on February 19th, 2010:

    yes.. he pulls the towel up to get a better view of your goods.

  6. 6 Solly said at 10:47 pm on February 19th, 2010:

    Ask him to video tape it with a helmet-cam.

    Then you’ll know.

  7. 7 Tickle Me Elbow said at 11:46 pm on February 19th, 2010:

    Probably…does this bother you?

  8. 8 vince s said at 11:47 pm on February 19th, 2010:

    No, least i would hope so! If so thats sucks

  9. 9 workingmotheroftwinboys said at 12:40 am on February 20th, 2010:

    You should be draped at all times by your therapist. If you feel as though you are being exposed or improperly draped repeatly you have rights too. If you feel uncomfortable with that therapist try somone else, perhaps the same gender. Ultimately the goal for you is to relax, unwind and work out stress not to be stresses if you are being exposed.Find someone you trust so you can relax. Remember it is yor body if it feels uncomfortable move your leg in closer to your midline. There is no reason to spread your legs far apart to access your glutes. The direction of massage should be toward the heart and center,not to pull your cheeks apart. Check his training and get references. No you can’t normally see ones crotch during a massage and you shouldn’t feel like something like that is a part of a normal experience. If his behavior continues you can report it and should. Many Therapists have worked hard to get thier education and training as proffessionals. It is the shadey characters that perform irregular acts that threaten the legal,legitimate and trained professionals.

  10. 10 spun_down said at 1:20 am on February 20th, 2010:

    don know
    as long as u didn’t get charged extra i don see the harm

  11. 11 huckleberrie said at 2:03 am on February 20th, 2010:

    I just started massage therapy school..If your therapist is draping properly, then No he should not be able to see up there….If the drape is not properly on then yes ….Now it’s up to you to tell him if your uncomfortable with this…He is not a mind reader and ya never know if he’s copping a free peak..More than likely not.I would hope that he is totally professional……

  12. 12 karenhhialumni said at 2:49 am on February 20th, 2010:

    I’m a professional massage therapist. I know that draping practices vary wildly from school to school. A high drape is sometimes but definitely not always a sign of an oversexed practitioner and rather depends more on the therapist’s own sense of comfort with the body and also cultural and personal beliefs. To minimize the chances of exposure, we were taught to tuck the sheet under the hip and midway up the inner thigh. You have every right to ask him to do the same or switch to using a twin sized sheet to cover you. I would only be worried if he refuses to accomidate you.

  13. 13 soytokemonsr said at 3:18 am on February 20th, 2010:

    I’d say it’s part of the price!!

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