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Because human nature wants what it wants, the closure of Craigslist's Adult Services section has meant a big boon for Village Voice Media-owned Back. The New York Observer recently pored over the classifieds business, which seem to have given new life to the alt-weekly chain, in which racy are nothing new. Full disclosure: I worked at the Village Voice for almost four years. Back, which is a fraction of the size of Craigslist, is the only popular classifieds site left willing to host the paid escort and body-rub that are often thinly veiled fronts for prostitution.
In the month after Craigslist closed its erotic services sections under pressure from Congress and state attorneys general, Back enjoyed a half-million-visitor bump in traffic, according to Quantcast, and became the No. While it's nowhere near the scale of a Craigslist, with more than cities, you're likely to find it in most states.
In December, Craigslist quietly shut down its Adult Services section in all of its sites in 70 countries due to pressure from lawmakers who complained about the site's laissez-faire attitude toward prostitution and child trafficking.
But even then, there were other sections on the site where sex shoppers could still find what they wanted. In the vacuum of easy places to indulge in paid sexual favors, Back flourished. But it hasn't taken long for trouble to follow, as the Observer story le with a recent prostitution bust in Florida that nabbed 60 would-be Johns who had responded to placed in Back. Here in Seattle, police found a year-old girl on the site forced to work as a prostitute, prompting an editorial urging the state's legal counsel to other attorney generals in their campaign to make the site eliminate its adult services section, like they did with Craigslist.
It's not as though Back hides those . Pulling up the main for any city, the adult section is on the right side, sandwiched between the personals and services. Once you've clicked into the adult section, it doesn't take much scanning to see that the world's oldest profession is in no danger of extinction anytime soon.
But first, each visitor has to agree to a disclaimer that they're 18 or older and are aware they're about to expose themselves to "sexual content, including pictorial nudity and adult language. s and provocative poses abound, as well as shout-outs for specials. In the "adult jobs" sub-sex-tion, ambiguity could be translated into business opportunities both legal and illegal: "Looking for sexy women in the Seattle area interested in earning money through a new agency. Must be 18 or older, hwp, be drama-free and have a great attitude.
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