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Wisconsin Dem’s Property Used for ‘Massage Parlor” Advertised on Illicit Sites

Sally Kent

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April 28, 2021

According to new reports, Democrat Wisconsin Rep. Ron Kind has made thousands of dollar by renting property to a questionable massage parlor which has repeatedly advertised on websites which list spas where customers can pay for sex and promote illicit activities such as sex trafficking.

The business, Asian Sunny Massage- originally named Impression Spa-also advertised “younger masseuses” along with provocative photos of young women on the fishy websites.

Fox News reports:


Rep. Ron Kind, a Democrat, disclosed between $15,001 and $50,000 in rental income from a building he rented in La Crosse in 2018 and 2019. He has yet to file his 2020 financial report.

Impression Spa first opened in April 2018 and an ad appeared on BodyRubsMap on its opening day. BodyRubsMap has advertised itself as the “best alternative to Backpage,” a now-seized website known as “the largest online U.S. marketplace for sex trafficking.”

AssortList is a website similar to Craigslist and Backpage, with categories including dating and massages, but also “adult” services including phone sex, escorts, strippers and strip clubs.

Reviews of the massage parlor have painted an interesting picture, with one reviewer complaining last year that there were “no professional boundaries to the clients.”

R Kind has served in Congress for decades, first taking office in 1997. Biden endorsed his 2020 re-election campaign.