It all depends on your perspective I guess. http://www.dailydot.com/lifestyle/yelp-reviews-of-erotic-massage-parlors/?fb=dd These Yelpers have no idea they're reviewing erotic massage parlors This article contains sexually explicit content. Contrary to popular belief, Yelp is far from the only website holding the service industry to higher standards. There's also RubMaps, a database where users compile meticulous feedback on massage parlors that offer "happy endings," or manual relief at the end of a massage. All that's required for membership is $14.95 a month, plus a willingness to expose oneself to possible credit card fraud. These “mongers,” as they refer to themselves, are not messing around when it comes to dropping Benjamins on erotic spa treatments. They can be very critical of a “provider” when it comes to looks, attitude, technique, or even English fluency. Sites like RubMaps, SpaHunters, and EroticMP are the closest thing we have to objective online sex worker reviews (at least, for now). But what happens when you compare their critiques to the ones found on Yelp? That’s when things get interesting. It seems that more than anything, satisfaction depends on what the customer expects coming in—and, of course, what they expect coming out.