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  1.  Massage therapist (or, in my case, massage or cupping therapist) is actually the preferred professional title for the people in our industry. “Masseuse” has connotations we’d rather not have to suffer. We studied long hours to earn our certifications, and want nothing to do with brothels or happy endings. If you’d like to learn more about how this beautiful French word got hijacked by a bunch of prostitutes in the 1950s and ruined it for everyone, Massage Magazine has a nice concise article: HERE. #TheMoreYouKnow #YourMTwillLoveYouForKnowingThis
  2.  Massage therapist (or, in my case, massage or cupping therapist) is actually the preferred professional title for the people in our industry. “Masseuse” has connotations we’d rather not have to suffer. We studied long hours to earn our certifications, and want nothing to do with brothels or happy endings. If you’d like to learn more about how this beautiful French word got hijacked by a bunch of prostitutes in the 1950s and ruined it for everyone, Massage Magazine has a nice concise article: HERE. #TheMoreYouKnow #YourMTwillLoveYouForKnowingThis
  3.  Massage therapist (or, in my case, massage or cupping therapist) is actually the preferred professional title for the people in our industry. “Masseuse” has connotations we’d rather not have to suffer. We studied long hours to earn our certifications, and want nothing to do with brothels or happy endings. If you’d like to learn more about how this beautiful French word got hijacked by a bunch of prostitutes in the 1950s and ruined it for everyone, Massage Magazine has a nice concise article: HERE. #TheMoreYouKnow #YourMTwillLoveYouForKnowingThis
  4.  Massage therapist (or, in my case, massage or cupping therapist) is actually the preferred professional title for the people in our industry. “Masseuse” has connotations we’d rather not have to suffer. We studied long hours to earn our certifications, and want nothing to do with brothels or happy endings. If you’d like to learn more about how this beautiful French word got hijacked by a bunch of prostitutes in the 1950s and ruined it for everyone, Massage Magazine has a nice concise article: HERE. #TheMoreYouKnow #YourMTwillLoveYouForKnowingThis
  5.  Massage therapist (or, in my case, massage or cupping therapist) is actually the preferred professional title for the people in our industry. “Masseuse” has connotations we’d rather not have to suffer. We studied long hours to earn our certifications, and want nothing to do with brothels or happy endings. If you’d like to learn more about how this beautiful French word got hijacked by a bunch of prostitutes in the 1950s and ruined it for everyone, Massage Magazine has a nice concise article: HERE. #TheMoreYouKnow #YourMTwillLoveYouForKnowingThis
  6.  Massage therapist (or, in my case, massage or cupping therapist) is actually the preferred professional title for the people in our industry. “Masseuse” has connotations we’d rather not have to suffer. We studied long hours to earn our certifications, and want nothing to do with brothels or happy endings. If you’d like to learn more about how this beautiful French word got hijacked by a bunch of prostitutes in the 1950s and ruined it for everyone, Massage Magazine has a nice concise article: HERE. #TheMoreYouKnow #YourMTwillLoveYouForKnowingThis
  7.  Massage therapist (or, in my case, massage or cupping therapist) is actually the preferred professional title for the people in our industry. “Masseuse” has connotations we’d rather not have to suffer. We studied long hours to earn our certifications, and want nothing to do with brothels or happy endings. If you’d like to learn more about how this beautiful French word got hijacked by a bunch of prostitutes in the 1950s and ruined it for everyone, Massage Magazine has a nice concise article: HERE. #TheMoreYouKnow #YourMTwillLoveYouForKnowingThis
  8.  Massage therapist (or, in my case, massage or cupping therapist) is actually the preferred professional title for the people in our industry. “Masseuse” has connotations we’d rather not have to suffer. We studied long hours to earn our certifications, and want nothing to do with brothels or happy endings. If you’d like to learn more about how this beautiful French word got hijacked by a bunch of prostitutes in the 1950s and ruined it for everyone, Massage Magazine has a nice concise article: HERE. #TheMoreYouKnow #YourMTwillLoveYouForKnowingThis
  9.  Massage therapist (or, in my case, massage or cupping therapist) is actually the preferred professional title for the people in our industry. “Masseuse” has connotations we’d rather not have to suffer. We studied long hours to earn our certifications, and want nothing to do with brothels or happy endings. If you’d like to learn more about how this beautiful French word got hijacked by a bunch of prostitutes in the 1950s and ruined it for everyone, Massage Magazine has a nice concise article: HERE. #TheMoreYouKnow #YourMTwillLoveYouForKnowingThis
  10.  Massage therapist (or, in my case, massage or cupping therapist) is actually the preferred professional title for the people in our industry. “Masseuse” has connotations we’d rather not have to suffer. We studied long hours to earn our certifications, and want nothing to do with brothels or happy endings. If you’d like to learn more about how this beautiful French word got hijacked by a bunch of prostitutes in the 1950s and ruined it for everyone, Massage Magazine has a nice concise article: HERE. #TheMoreYouKnow #YourMTwillLoveYouForKnowingThis