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I had a session with Marlon last month when he was visiting DC. I am trying to not be in violation of writing review here...so will talk more about the interaction and afterwards. Oh yeah. He looks as advertised.

 

One of the best therapeutic sessions I have had. Ad says therapeutic and sensual. Mine was all therapeutic with draping required. "Did you watch my video" was the response when I inquired about draping.

 

I sent him an email a 3-4 days after the session. He had asked me to send a follow up email. I told him how great I thought the therapeutic part of the session was. I told him all the points that I loved about the session...but also said:

 

"I didn't feel that the session delivered on sensual. Looking back, it would seem that full draping and sensual don't go together. I guess..my fault because I didn't inquire up front. However, I didn't think I needed to discuss because it said sensual in the ad.

 

Anyway, REALLY loved the massage...but ultimately fell short (for me). I guess next time I will come in with different expectations..."

 

He never replied to my last email. He will be back in DC in a couple of weeks. I really want to schedule another session, but the fact that he gave no response after my last email concerns me.

 

Hope this helps

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I was about to reply to niceandthick's "concern" that Marlon didn't reply to his e-mail asking for another session, while complaining that the massage wasn't sensual enough. The most recent post by xafnndapp, in which Marlon refused to work in the nude, says it all. Last month, I had a wonderful massage in New York, with a masseur who advertised "sensual." He worked in the nude (so was I), and explored EVERY part of my body during the massage, and I was free to explore every part of his. Not only was there a release, but mutual oral sex, which was totally unexpected. He was also a delightful, intelligent guy, and we even chatted a little in French. I wrote a glowing review. When I e-mailed him for another appointment, I said that now that we know each other better, perhaps he might be "a bit more playful." All I meant was a little cuddling and fondling before the massage -- nothing else. He sent me an angry reply saying that he's A MASSEUR THERAPIST, NOT AN ESCORT. I replied, apologetically, that escorting was the farthest thing from my mind, and that I wasn't suggesting that he was an escort.

I said that I enjoyed the first massage, and that I would be delighted with another just like it, and that I was looking forward to our session, and, again, I was sorry that he inferred that I thought he was an escort, as I didn't mean to imply that. He replied, OK, I'll see you tomorrow. A few hours later, I got an e-mail saying that he wasn't comfortable working on me, and he's cancelling the appointment.

Evidently, there's a disconnect with how some of these guys see themselves and what they do. With Marlon, he drapes you and gives a therapeutic massage. As good as it is, one wonders why he even advertises "sensual." Seems to me that he does it to get business from people who expect sensual massage but just don't ask first, and then wonder why they were draped. It's really false advertising, sort of a "bait and switch."

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I was about to reply to niceandthick's "concern" that Marlon didn't reply to his e-mail asking for another session, while complaining that the massage wasn't sensual enough. The most recent post by xafnndapp, in which Marlon refused to work in the nude, says it all. Last month, I had a wonderful massage in New York, with a masseur who advertised "sensual." He worked in the nude (so was I), and explored EVERY part of my body during the massage, and I was free to explore every part of his. Not only was there a release, but mutual oral sex, which was totally unexpected. He was also a delightful, intelligent guy, and we even chatted a little in French. I wrote a glowing review. When I e-mailed him for another appointment, I said that now that we know each other better, perhaps he might be "a bit more playful." All I meant was a little cuddling and fondling before the massage -- nothing else. He sent me an angry reply saying that he's A MASSEUR THERAPIST, NOT AN ESCORT. I replied, apologetically, that escorting was the farthest thing from my mind, and that I wasn't suggesting that he was an escort.

I said that I enjoyed the first massage, and that I would be delighted with another just like it, and that I was looking forward to our session, and, again, I was sorry that he inferred that I thought he was an escort, as I didn't mean to imply that. He replied, OK, I'll see you tomorrow. A few hours later, I got an e-mail saying that he wasn't comfortable working on me, and he's cancelling the appointment.

Evidently, there's a disconnect with how some of these guys see themselves and what they do. With Marlon, he drapes you and gives a therapeutic massage. As good as it is, one wonders why he even advertises "sensual." Seems to me that he does it to get business from people who expect sensual massage but just don't ask first, and then wonder why they were draped. It's really false advertising, sort of a "bait and switch."

 

 

Sucks your dick but doesn't consider himself a escort.:rolleyes:

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imo anything my hands can't take care of is a escort. few months ago guy comes in for a 90 minutes hot stone massage in the nude with release. 120.00

he tells me hey I saw a pic of you on line in a jock strap. if you will wear that jock strap let me eat your ass and blow you i have 200.00 here for you. if not say nothing and collect your original fee. I took his offer. and imo that was a escort/massage session. call a spade a spade

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