When a man was having sex with his girlfriend, a masseur stepped in and saved the day
A masseur who was being raped by a man at a spa in the United States was shocked when he stepped in to help.
Sharing the video on social media, a woman named Jessica posted the video to Facebook, asking if she could use her real name for fear of backlash.
She shared it with her followers and said she was shocked by what she saw.
“I felt so alone,” Jessica said.
“What was he doing?”
The masseur, who is not named in the video, asked Jessica to come to his hotel room to give him a massage.
“You don’t need to do this,” Jessica replied.
The woman, whose real name is Jessica, said she had been raped in California and told the masseur not to do anything.
“He didn’t care about me and I was just a scared little girl,” Jessica told Al Jazeera.
Jessica was shocked.
“It’s not right,” she said.
“I felt violated, and he was doing what he was supposed to be doing, which was helping women, and it wasn’t helping anyone.”
She said she felt betrayed.
“As a woman who has gone through abuse and trauma, and as someone who is in the business of helping people, I am deeply disappointed and appalled.”‘
This was my job’She posted the footage on Facebook and the video quickly spread around the world.
The man in the photo was wearing a pink shirt, pink pants and pink shoes, with an olive-green hooded sweatshirt over his head.
“His face was completely covered with makeup and tattoos, which he had done on his arms, back and shoulders,” Jessica wrote on Facebook.
“In the end, he was still able to have sex with me,” Jessica added.
“This was his job, and his body was completely vulnerable to being violated.”
Jessica said the masseurs job is to “assist and comfort people who need it most”.
“If we do it right, we don’t even have to think about it,” she told Aljazeera.
“We just give it to them and move on.
This is our job.
It’s our livelihood.”
Jessica, who said she has been in the massage business for more than 20 years, said that she does not want people to think that she is a “rape apologist” who “was just there to support her boyfriend and help him get over his rape”.
“I am not.
I was there,” Jessica says in the Facebook post.”
My boyfriend and I were together, and we were being sexually assaulted.
We were there to help him.
I did not deserve this.”
Jessica’s post garnered a response from many, who were not happy with her decision to share the video.
“She was brave enough to step in,” a user named Rolfe wrote.
“The man is not a ‘rape apology’.
You’re just a sexy masseur and you’re doing the right thing.
The guy is not going to feel much empathy for her.
She did not have to do the work.
She can’t blame him.”
Jessica added: “I am thankful to have you on board.”