Ads alluding to exchanges of cash for sexual services and seeking massage clients are still showing up in Casual Encounters section of Craigslist's websites in New York, Las Vegas and other parts of the country. The controversial Adult Services section on the classified advertisement site's homepage was replaced on Friday with a black and white "CENSORED" box that does not link, just days after a group of state attorneys general had released a statement that they believed the section should be eliminated. In the statement, attorneys general in 17 states said the site was aiding in illegal exploitation, prostitution and human trafficking. Craigslist has made no statement since the change to the site, so it is not clear whether the Adult Services section is being removed permanently. In the past, Craigslist has maintained that the Adult Services section was for legitimate adult services, not prostitution. Craigslist said that it tried to monitor the postings on the page, and all ads posted there required vetting and approval.
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I troll hookers on Craigslist for fun. AMA self. I text, email and call hookers on my local craigslist and surrounding areas and ask them to do the most unbelievably gross and unsafe shit imaginable. Mostly I'm curious how many of them are willing to completely jeopardize their own health and dignity in order to make money.
No Erotic Services? No problem for prostitutes on craigslist
Craigslist Personals has been gone for years now, but the search for great personals alternatives continues. Plenty of websites have stepped up and now offer their own form of personals for casual encounters and sex classified ads. This article will list all of them along with descriptions, reviews, pros and cons, and the main features.
If you have been an active user on Craigslist for a long time, then you probably remember when they had a personals ads section on their classified ads website. This was a section where users could post up and respond to personal ads of local people. It could then be narrowed down further to accommodate sexual orientation, such as gay, straight, and lesbian.