The narrow gap that previously existed between massage therapy and prostitution just got filled by the warm, tender hands of the "yoni massage."

If this is legal, anything is.
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The yoni massage, a massage performed exclusively on women's genitals, is intended to "free sexual energy," and costs $330/hr. But unlike the seedy rub-and-tug shops men go to in order to liberate their root chakras, the yoni massage is legal. How? Let's look to journalist Nilufer Atik's experience receiving one:

I must admit I was curious and confused all at once but my overriding feeling was I had to give it a try.

Yoni is the Sanskrit word for vagina and means “sacred space”.

The idea of the massage is to release physical and emotional blockages and free sexual energy to enable the recipient to become more in tune with her body.

Some women experience an orgasm but that isn’t the goal.

So women are having orgasms, but it's still not sex? This is some real Bill-Clinton-"depends on what the definition of 'is' is" stuff.

We begin with an undressing ceremony.

I stand with my eyes closed, feeling awkward as Lisa lifts off my baggy T-shirt and peels down my underwear while breathing heavily on my neck.

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