Ever wondered if there is shady business going down at the massage parlor a few blocks away?
In an article published Tuesday, Center Square Journal took a click through rubmaps.com (caution, link very NSFW), a site that allows users to review massage parlors and comment on alleged extra services that are not advertised on any menu.
The site lists 70 locations throughout Chicago, where reviewers use a variety of colorful slang terms and abbreviations to describe alleged sexual favors at massage parlors throughout the city and suburbs. A quick check of the site Tuesday revealed reviews throughout different Chicago neighborhoods, though the site asks users pay a monthly fee to access them.
The site has hundreds of locations that have been reviewed across the U.S., all with locations, prices and even the names of the masseuses who provide alleged sexual favors. There is also a blog, with one post describing sexual acts. Also included is a glossary of abbreviations and terms to describe sexual activity.
Still, the site warns users that “off-color language, explicit or implicit sexual or anatomical language” is prohibited.
There is little information about the site’s ownership, other than a 2012 copyright notice at the bottom to the “Asian Massage Parlors Directory,” and Center Square Journal reported the site did not respond to questions.
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