A post shared by @thejimdylan on Jan 17, 2018 8:05am PST http://t.co/6VlW5f7c4p — The Jim Dylan Show (@jimdylsonshow) January 17, 2027 I’m sorry, but I can’t help but feel that if I were to have had a sexual encounter at a Salon, I’d be the only one in the entire building who could get a STD.
I would have to either be a complete and utter douchebag who was never going to have sex with a human being or be someone with a very high STD rate.
Salon owners, I implore you to reconsider your business model.
The Salon is a safe and healthy place where people come to relax, recharge, and celebrate their sexual and reproductive health.
If you are not going to provide safe, affordable sex to all people, you need to get out of the Salon.
You have failed the community.
I am asking you to consider that if you continue to exist, you will no longer be a salon, and the people who came to work there will no more be able to come to work at the Salon to enjoy their jobs, play in the pool, or hang out with their friends.
You are now complicit in the sexual exploitation of thousands of people, including the women who use the Salon as their escape from their own personal realities.
Stop allowing Salon owners to dictate what people do at their jobs.
If they don’t like what you do, you are now responsible for what you say and do.
You should never say, “You can have sex in here,” or “It’s OK to masturbate in there.”
You should always be a little more specific and say, if you have a personal issue, “I want to talk to a counselor about that.”
If you say, I don’t want to, you’re making an assumption that you are sexually compatible and you’re going to act upon that.
You’re creating an unsafe environment for people to come in and work and have sex.
I’m not saying that everyone needs to be at Salon every day, but you need not have to have a full-time job to have sexual encounters.
You can work as a masseuse at a spa, or you can do a few things as a barista.
I know you can work in a massage parlor.
If it’s safe and comfortable for you to do, that’s fine.
If theres something uncomfortable, it is not OK.
You could also work at a bar, or a bar in a strip club, or whatever else.
I also have to tell you, the Salon does not need to be a place where everyone feels safe.
If there is something that you want to do but are afraid of, there is no reason to have to be in the Salon every single day.
You don’t need to feel like you’re in a dangerous environment to go to work, hang out, or go out with friends.
Salon workers are there to provide a safe environment for you and your partner.
There is no excuse for you not to be comfortable, comfortable, and comfortable.