WEIGHT: 65 kg
Services: Lesbi-show soft, Ass licking, Parties, Massage anti-stress, Rimming (receiving)
I am not trying to play coy or innocent. I only just found out what B2B stood for. And once I found out, it opened up my eyes to a whole world unbeknownst to me. Of course I knew about prostitutes. But I had no idea what B2B stood for. As a financial journalist, B2B always meant business-to-business. So, when I came across an ad promoting B2B massages, I found it odd.
Why would the massage therapist possibly only want to service other businesses? My naivete had me questioning the term and I even asked all of my friends. My friends and I have always joked about not walking into dodgy massage parlours in Malaysia. But that was all it was to me — a joke. I never knew this objectification of prostitutes went so far as having dedicated blogs with updated content reviewing these women and their services.
In this one blog, written by Mryangb2b, he details his favourite parlours in a Chinese-dominated neighbourhood, Puchong. He even goes on to list his favourite girls from each of the massage parlours and services they provide. In fact, he is so well-versed with the girls that he can tell you parts of their backstories and where they come from. Myyangb2b reviews these women the way any blogger would review a product. Beyond that, he encourages other men to seek out these women for the GFE—which stands for Girlfriend Experience, by the way.
Prostitution in Malaysia is, in fact, legal and widespread all over the country. However, as in Singapore, brothels and soliciting are illegal. In , there were an estimated , prostitutes in Malaysia.
It is possible that now in , this is a billion-dollar industry in Malaysia. Prostitution in Malaysia is legal and widely and openly practiced in bigger cities like Kuala Lumpur despite a largely conservative and religious society.