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Subscriber Account active since. Courtney Kocak and Sofiya Alexandra were staying at a hotel in Tokyo when they heard a knock on their door. They knew exactly who it was: their two male masseuses who would soon give them "happy ending" massages, or massages that involve sexual stimulation and orgasms.
As the hosts of the podcast "Private Parts Unknown," Kocak and Alexandra travel the world exploring sex, dating, and relationship dynamics.
During their tour of Japan, they delved into the world of erotic massage for women — a field that involves masseuses giving women massages and orgasms using sex toys and their hands. Along the way, they befriended Hiroko Imai, a Japanese journalist who dared the duo to try an erotic massage themselves. Kocak and Alexandra agreed, and they now say it changed their views on sex work.
They paid for sex,'" Alexandra told Insider. Once Alexandra paid for sex, she said, she realized it wasn't a shameful experience. I didn't think that there was something sad about it. It really was like just getting a massage. Tokyo has a red-light district with erotic massage parlors and other sex services. Sex work is legal in Japan, but under strict guidelines. The Japanese use the word "fuzoku" to refer to erotic massage parlors, strip clubs, call-in escorts, bathhouses, and brothels, which are all legal because they suggest the client and service provider are acquaintances at the very least.
Prostitution, on the other hand, is considered illegal because it involves paid sex with a stranger, according to The Japan Times. For their erotic massages, Kocak and Alexandra used an agency that hires and trains thousands of men in the art.