|(a) A licensee shall not engage in sexual contact during
a session with a client. For the purposes of this section, sexual
(1) any touching of any part of the genitalia or anus;
(2) any touching of the breasts of a female client,
unless the touching is breast massage that is specifically authorized
by the client through the signed consultation document referenced
(3) any offer or agreement to engage in any activity
described in paragraph (1) or (2);
(5) deviate sexual intercourse, sexual contact, sexual
intercourse, indecent exposure, sexual assault, prostitution, and
promotion of prostitution as described in the Texas Penal Code, Chapters
21, 22, and 43, or any offer or agreement to engage in any such activities;
(6) any behavior, gestures, or expressions which may
reasonably be interpreted as inappropriately seductive or sexual;
(7) inappropriate sexual comments about or to a client,
including making sexual comments about a person's body.
(b) A licensee shall not allow any individual, including
a client, student, licensee, employee, participant in a continuing
education program, or one's self to engage in sexual contact on the
premises of any massage school, massage establishment, or the licensee's
own place of business.
(c) A licensee shall not allow any individual, including
a student, licensee, employee, or one's self to practice massage therapy
or provide other massage therapy services in the nude, while partially
nude, or in clothing designed to arouse or gratify the sexual desire
of any individual.
(d) A licensee shall not perform massage therapy, whether
or not for compensation, at or for a sexually oriented business.
(e) A licensee shall immediately discontinue the massage
therapy session, activity or the professional relationship when a
client initiates any verbal or physical contact with the licensee
that is intended to arouse or gratify the sexual desire of either