Ummmm, yeah she's cheating - and that's from a guy's perspective!! Think about it dude - how does a FEMALE get a full release? Does a guy massage the clit? I'm just saying . . . think of how a guy could get a full release . . . ummm, yeah. It's the herky-jerky with some hands-on experience! However, on the flip side, if you don't have a problem with it, then I guess it doesn't matter. But, even deeper, if you didn't have a problem, you wouldn't be posting this question asking others for their opinion. You already have a problem with it. So, just tell your wife that you're uncomfortable with it and why don't YOU give her a massage with full release?? :-)
lonnie, you've been posting about this a lot, and from the group of posts, it doesn't sound like you have a wife who goes to a 'female release massage parlor.'
You said in another post that you were trying to posit something with the roles released, to prove a double standard and that it should not be any big deal in a marriage if a guy goes to a massage parlor and gets a hand job at the end of a massage. I don't think this is necessarily true. There are guys who post on this site who are upset if their wife masturbates, so it's hard to believe that lots of guys out there would be relaxed if their wife went and got a hand job at a massage parlor.
If what's happening is that your wife is mad at you because you had a massage with what you called a 'happy ending,' I'm sorry, but you're not going to win the argument if you tell her you wouldn't care if she did the same. You might, in fact, care, if it really did happen. There is a lot of difference between the intellectual idea of something and the emotional impact of it.
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