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A website that hosts customer reviews of sex workers has started blocking Internet users in the United States because of forthcoming changes in US law. SESTA will make it easier to prosecute websites that host third-party content that promotes or facilitates prostitution, even in cases when the sex workers aren't victims of trafficking. After Congress approved the bill, Craigslist removed its "Personals" section and Reddit removed some sex-related subreddits. TER is still accessible outside the US, and US-based users can access the site with Virtual Private Network services that make users appear to be located in other countries.
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Cracking down on Craigslist put sex workers at risk — Adam Smith Institute
When I lived in the U. Defenders of the site argued that the shutdown made sex workers less safe, created a chilling effect on free expression, and undermined anti-trafficking efforts by removing Backpage as a valuable resource for law enforcement. A working paper published last month by researchers at Baylor and West Virginia universities provides new evidence that classified ad sites like Backpage do indeed play a significant role in reducing violence against women—especially female sex workers. By analyzing female homicide rates over time in U. They found that cities that got ERS saw their female homicide trend slide afterwards, averaging out to a rate
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“Erotic Review” blocks US Internet users to prepare for government crackdown
At a recent protest, sex workers claimed that efforts to control their trade in the name of public safety are forcing them into riskier situations. On a recent Thursday at a bar in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, Jacq the Stripper was warming up a small crowd of ten or fifteen people who had come to attend a fund-raiser for the Black Sex Workers Collective. For sex workers in the business by choice, however, the most ubiquitous and affordable advertising platform was now gone. Backpage is not the first sex-work-advertising platform the government has shut down—there was MyRedBook, in , and Rentboy, in
In , Monroe was a trafficking victim in California. She found her clients by advertising on SFRedbook, the free online erotic services website. One day, she logged into the site and discovered that federal authorities had taken it down. When she told her pimp SFRedbook was gone, he shrugged. Then he told her that she would just have to work outdoors from then on.