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The Aesthetics of Gracious Plenty: Part Two


I recently blogged at Borderlands of Health and Wellness about the ethical limits of handling tips among co-workers. The context arose when a guest recently had more than one service with two different service providers, praised each as she left, didn't complain during a voluntary survey BUT only left a gratuity FOR ONE of the… Continue reading The Aesthetics of Gracious Plenty: Part Two

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The Edge Challenge 2017: What scientific concepts deserve to be more widely known?


"When I am ready to write The End of History and The Last Woman" I WILL. AND NOT BEFORE.

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Sex Work and Massage Terminology


To begin with, let me begin by noting I have been a licensed massage therapist for 17 years.Here is a sample of Professional Massage Therapists Views on Prostitution and how it impacts the Massage Industry:http://www.massagetherapy.com/articles/index.php/article_id/1762/Clear-Communication-and-Self-Protectionhttp://www.abmp.com/textonlymags/article.php?article=584http://not-in-our-name.org/http://www.ncbtmb.org/blog/fighting-human-traffickingI came across this article most recently: http://lorenzobaccala.com/2014/04/26/disappointing-massage-parlors-the-circumcised-penis-g-spot/ One of the biggest criticisms about the Spa Industry that comes from academics such as Kimberly… Continue reading Sex Work and Massage Terminology