It’s Time to Shut Down Women’s “Day Spas”

by Uncle Elmer on February 15, 2012

Fresh on the heels of the Super Bowl sex trafficking outrage, where tens of thousands of sex traffickers and their teenage victims descended upon Indianapolis to service debauched football revelers, concern is starting to mount about the proliferation of Ladies Day Spas.

Indianapolis police were stretched to the limit trying to control the rowdy crowd of Mid-Westerners and dealing with the wave of arrests during Super Bowl week, where an estimated 218 people were detained for such charges as underage drinking, public intoxication, and fake IDs. At least two sex trafficking victims were saved during the week-long sex-crime sweep.

In the latest twist to this saga, a growing chorus of voices is drawing attention to an unexpected contributor to the human trafficking problem : Women’s Day Spas. It is estimated that 100,000 to 300,000 men and young boys per year, many of them struggling from the recent “Mancession” and thus twice victimized, are trafficked into brutal, slave-like conditions performing massage and “facials” to privileged females enjoying new-found wealth in the ascendant Woman’s Nation.

A coalition of feminist and religious groups, flush with success from their selfless Super Bowl Sex Trafficking  Spectacular, has gathered in Duluth, Minnesota this week to draw attention to the Day Spa problem, and to brainstorm ways to attain funding towards outreach for the poor male victims. Law enforcement officials and regional politicians are expected to attend and engage the conference attendees with mutual strategies for combating this scourge. Conference organizers also urged people to “act locally” and report suspicious Ladies Day Spas immediately to National Human Trafficking  groups.

Because we all know what goes on in those places.

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J February 15, 2012 at 09:57

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Norm February 15, 2012 at 10:02

This song is better suited to yesterday’s post but still relevant to this and other posts on The Spearhead.
You’re Breaking My Heart by Harry Nillson. *Has some f-bombs.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MuR1xRleX3A&feature=fvst

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jaego February 15, 2012 at 10:14

While I change towels in the steam rooms, I just hum the tune to “How I love to haul manure up the mountain to fufill Mao’s dream”.

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Pi February 15, 2012 at 10:21

J, He’s talking about brothels. There used to be one in my neighborhood called the “European Day Spa.” By the way, it wasn’t staffed with Europeans.

-Pi

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keyster February 15, 2012 at 10:36

I’ve noticed nail salons are exploiting men as well; who are forced to breath dangerous chemicals all day while painting flowers and sparkly designs on the fingernails of matriarchal overlords.

They’re victims and they don’t know it because they’re under the influence of the toxic fumes. Something should be done!

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ahamkara February 15, 2012 at 10:51

Not to mention being a giant vacuum for women’s unearned income, which they must then extract more of from their manservants and feminist state apparatus.

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Thos. February 15, 2012 at 10:52

He’s trying to be ironic.

Okay, A for effort but as they say in the acting business: Comedy is hard.

Don’t give up your day job.

:)

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Paradoxotaur February 15, 2012 at 10:55

@J: “my period button is not working.”

Try indirect, circular motions at first, then, more direct pressure.

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Charles Martel February 15, 2012 at 11:13

Thos.
He’s trying to be ironic.
Okay, A for effort but as they say in the acting business: Comedy is hard.

Everyone’s a critic.

It’s not irony, it’s SATIRE and I thought it was pretty damn good.

What the hell is it with Americans and their lack of understanding of sarcasm and satire?

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Ryu February 15, 2012 at 11:14

I appreciate the sentiment, Elmer.

You’d like to win over people by showing a double standard and an inconsistancy. Rationality and logic. It works, but very slowly. You also have to catch your prey when they are away from the herd, who endlessly promote liberalism.

I prefer the fire and brimstone MRAs like Globalman. There are thousands of these little inconsistencies. In the end, we’d like to cure the ill, instead of merely detecting it.

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Jim February 15, 2012 at 11:18

You have to admit though that the sex trafficking scam people were really close on there estimates of how many underage girls would be at the super bowl.

I mean they guessed 20,000 and there was 2 that’s pretty close.

And not to mention that these girls were practically infants at age 19 and 21. I mean they are barely old enough to vote and die in iraq.

Next year the scam will make the headlines and no one will have learned a thing.

Makes you wonder where all that charity money really goes.

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Anon February 15, 2012 at 11:34

Here is a poll by Dr. Helen about cuckolding, with a lot of women trying to rationalize it :

http://pjmedia.com/drhelen/2012/02/14/how-would-you-feel-if-you-found-out-you-were-raising-another-mans-child/#comment-71581

Go there and invade!!!

And encourage Helen for being one of few women actually fighting for Men’s Rights.

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Uncle Elmer February 15, 2012 at 11:40

Thanks for all the great feedback. I’m trying to kick this up to the next level and take it “viral”. If anyone has suggestions on how to get it linked at “Google News” or other national venues please speak up.

For example, in today’s ForbesWoman :

5 Ways to Survive Attending a Conference Alone

http://www.forbes.com/sites/dailymuse/2012/02/15/5-ways-to-survive-attending-a-conference-alone/

Elmer joins the conversation :

Here’s another great tip : while you are at the conference make sure to take time to visit one of the local “day spas” for a relaxing, rejuvenating massage and facial to put you in top shape for the conference proceedings.

I provide more details here :

http://www.the-spearhead.com/2012/02/15/its-time-to-shut-down-womens-day-spas/

dejour February 15, 2012 at 11:52

I usually don’t get Uncle Elmer’s humor.
But this was brilliant!

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Steve_85 February 15, 2012 at 11:58

@Anon

Interesting how almost all of the men are saying they’d be furious with the mother, but would try to protect the child as much as possible.

And they say men are all uncaring brutes.

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Charles Martel February 15, 2012 at 12:01

Uncle Elmer
Thanks for all the great feedback. I’m trying to kick this up to the next level and take it “viral”.

Well, I really liked it but if you want to take this subversive piece of satire further you need to update the fourth paragraph. The satire derails there because “feminist and religious groups” would not give a monkey’s toss about sex-trafficked boys. Almost half of the child prostitutes in NYC are BOYS and how much do you hear about that?

Fourth paragraph should go something like:

When reached for comment, a coalition of feminist and religious groups, flush with success from their selfless Super Bowl Sex Trafficking Spectacular, said that the Day Spa boys were just getting lucky and should be grateful they had a job in this poor economy. Law enforcement officials stated it was naive to think that sex-trafficking laws applied to everybody and we should shut up about the goddamn Fourteenth Amendment. When pressed, they stated that if we suspected human trafficking of men and boys at a Ladies Day Spa we should call their hotline at 1-800-WE-TAZR-U.

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freebird February 15, 2012 at 12:06

This day spa male prostitution problem is so large the states should call out the National Guard to mobilize a rescue force.

We must save those young males from cougar exploitation.
Then, we could occupy those spas for ourselves (MGTOW,MRA)
and bask in the hot tubs.
Perhaps we could bring in some young ladies from Thailand for massages.

After all,this Govt has been bringing in STEM workers by the 100,s of thousands to take mens jobs,what would be the difference between that and the young Thai ladies?

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freebird February 15, 2012 at 12:09

Well done charles.
“we TAZRU””Hah,ha,ha?

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Keyster February 15, 2012 at 13:06

“What the hell is it with Americans and their lack of understanding of sarcasm and satire?”

We can never be as clever and sardonic as the British.
We still think Benny Hill was a comedic genius.

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Charles Martel February 15, 2012 at 13:09

Keyster
We can never be as clever and sardonic as the British.
We still think Benny Hill was a comedic genius.

My point exactly.

How hard is it to read something that seems a bit off and go, “well, either Uncle Elmer’s a farking idiot or this essay has some kind of hidden meaning ???

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PeterTheGreat February 15, 2012 at 13:10

Good job, Uncle Elmer. It is just as true as all the crap & pap the feminists routinely use as “statistics”. Good on yer.

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W.F. Price February 15, 2012 at 13:20

What the hell is it with Americans and their lack of understanding of sarcasm and satire?

-CM

If you think we’re bad, you should try sarcasm on some Northern Europeans sometime.

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Richard February 15, 2012 at 14:16

“What the hell is it with Americans and their lack of understanding of sarcasm and satire?”

Americans understand sarcasm generally, but overuse the term “ironic” to mean pretty much anything smart-assed.

In our defense, however, at least we didn’t write that ridiculous song “Ironic”…that was a Canuck bitch.

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crella February 15, 2012 at 15:00

’5 Ways to Survive Attending a Conference Alone’

What, are these women 5 years old!? The “issues” they have with working are asinine.

Some of the replies from women on Dr. Helen’s question are typical…’A child is a gift from the gods no matter how he or she got here’. Delusional.

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Keyster February 15, 2012 at 15:21

“My point exactly.
How hard is it to read something that seems a bit off and go, “well, either Uncle Elmer’s a farking idiot or this essay has some kind of hidden meaning“ ???”

You mean you couldn’t tell I was being sarcastic?
For FECKS sake!

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Thos. February 15, 2012 at 15:52

>It’s not irony, it’s SATIRE
We can split hairs as satire uses irony but for my money uts not good satire.

>What the hell is it with Americans

Who says I’m American?

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Charles Martel February 15, 2012 at 15:57

Keyster
You mean you couldn’t tell I was being sarcastic?
For FECKS sake!

Good one! LOL.

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Charles Martel February 15, 2012 at 16:15

Richard
Americans understand sarcasm generally, but overuse the term “ironic” to mean pretty much anything smart-assed.

I nearly lost my first job in the US over these cultural/humor issues. I’d say something I thought was really funny and I’d find out later that my boss, an overpromoted Pennsylvania Dutch farmboy, was upset at my “zinger.” He tried to fire me but failed because the owner of the company liked having me around.

Years later after I’d moved on to bigger and better things I ran into Mr. Pennsylvania Dutch at a trade show in Germany. We saw each other at the same moment and his face literally turned white as he turned tail and fled. I played this for maximum amusement, chasing after him a few paces behind as he almost ran through the Hannover exhibition hall. It’s these touching little moments that make Encorpera almost tolerable.

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Common Monster February 15, 2012 at 16:31

> Americans … overuse the term “ironic” to mean pretty much anything smart-assed.

As in, “some lifeforms have ironic sex lives”?

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td9red February 15, 2012 at 17:42

Had no idea Women’s Days Spas were a problem. My day spa employs very few men or the men are kept behind the scenes. Most of the women want their facials, massages, nails, waxing done by women. One of the most popular treatments at my spa is getting a bikini wax. Only women perform this service.

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Anonymous February 15, 2012 at 18:08

@td9red: “Most of the women want their facials, massages, nails, waxing done by women.”

Really? Because one of the cheap travel sites advertises using the hook that the woman saved enough on airfare and hotel to afford a massage by Magnus (a tall, ripped dude). Someone should clue them in.

There are 2 nail parlors across the street. About 1/3 of the stations in each are manned. Ditto.

Around here it is common knowledge that many (not all) of the day spas provide women massages with happy endings. Often, these spas allow women to explore their bi-curious side as well, in a relatively safe, private, socially acceptable environment. Virtually all of the massage parlors open until 10 PM also provide massage for women.

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Anonymous Reader February 15, 2012 at 20:03

But..but…but..Benny Hill was a comedic genius. I was given a set of DVD’s for Christmas, and now I view one show per week.

Those late 1960′s dancers…

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Uncle Elmer February 15, 2012 at 21:04

Thanks again for the feedback people. I just returned late from my day job but before I left this morning I took the “boilerplate” Day Spa meme and put it to work. It’s called “automation”. It means working smarter, not harder.

Sheryl Sandberg Is Taking a Hatchet to the Glass Ceiling

http://www.forbes.com/sites/erikaandersen/2012/02/15/sheryl-sandberg-is-taking-a-hatchet-to-the-glass-ceiling/

elmer 6 hours ago

We are also looking to Sheryl Sandberg to use her clout to put a stop to human trafficking at Women’s “Day Spas”.

Find out how you can help :

http://www.the-spearhead.com/2012/02/15/its-time-to-shut-down-womens-day-spas

The First Step To Building Your Personal Brand

http://www.forbes.com/sites/dailymuse/2012/02/14/the-first-step-to-building-your-personal-brand/

elmer 6 hours ago

To find that creative zone where you can really identify your brand, there is nothing better than visiting one of your local “Day Spas” for a relaxing massage and facial.

http://www.the-spearhead.com/2012/02/15/its-time-to-shut-down-womens-day-spas

I Can Never Get To Bed On Time

http://www.forbes.com/sites/gretchenrubin/2012/02/15/i-can-never-get-to-bed-on-time/

elmer 6 hours ago

To combat sleeplessness, an effective remedy is a massage and facial at one of your local “day spas”.

I provide more details here :

http://www.the-spearhead.com/2012/02/15/its-time-to-shut-down-womens-day-spas/

Are You Employer-Worthy?

http://www.forbes.com/sites/work-in-progress/2012/02/15/are-you-employer-worthy/

A good way to separate the wheat from the chaff is to ask about their policy on Women’s “Day Spas”.

Find out how to ask the right questions :

http://www.the-spearhead.com/2012/02/15/its-time-to-shut-down-womens-day-spas

9 Lessons Learned From Women 2.0 PITCH Conference 2012

http://www.forbes.com/sites/women2/2012/02/15/9-lessons-learned-from-women-2-0-pitch-conference-2012/

elmer 6 hours ago

I liked the talk drawing attention to the plight of human trafficking victims at Women’s “Day Spas”.

Here’s a link to the entire presentation :

http://www.the-spearhead.com/2012/02/15/its-time-to-shut-down-womens-day-spas

happy one February 15, 2012 at 21:36

Charles Martel complained…

What the hell is it with Americans and their lack of understanding of sarcasm and satire?

If we laugh at the wrong thing we could quickly become a non-person so it is simply safer to pretend we don’t get the joke.

–happy one

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td9red February 16, 2012 at 05:38

“Around here it is common knowledge that many (not all) of the day spas provide women massages with happy endings”

Yuk!
My day spa is an actual day spa, ONLY. At least, I think so? Just facials, nails, waxes, threading, massages, and all the normal gal stuff. No happy endings. If I finds out they have any creepy stuff going on. I’ll have to find a new place.

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stonelifter February 16, 2012 at 07:48

Here in the hills were prefer straight and honest talk.

Anything else is womanish

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Anonymous February 19, 2012 at 15:24

What the hell is it with Americans and their lack of understanding of sarcasm and satire?

It’s those purposely shitty Matriarchal and conformists schools of theirs, they destroy far more free thinkers than they create.

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poester99 February 19, 2012 at 15:43

Law enforcement officials stated, it was naive to think that sex-trafficking laws applied to everyone, we should shut up about the goddamn Fourteenth Amendment, and..

what’s you name and address citizen?

there are so many laws, that everyone, every American, is guilty of something. We should be aware that the current administration is openly not averse to using the state power apparatus to shut down their critics… it’s history repeating itself for the nth time…

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