We said it once, we’ll say it again. Hoes are WINNING…SMH
Craigslist banned hooker ads amid outrage over a killer who trolled for victims online – but it remains a bustling marketplace for sex for sale.
The Daily News had no problem finding ads that were posted by women and men who expected compensation.
“I charge, hon. Full service is $200 for the hour, $150 for the half hour,” a woman calling herself Chloe told The News after being contacted through a listing in “Casual Encounters.”
A poster named Kim was asking “$200 for full service.”
“I’m beautiful, from Brazil,” the prostitute told a reporter.
“What you see is what you get – 100%. I’m 36DD, 22, 40, curvy body….What time do you want to come over?”
Craigslist had long taken heat from authorities for its “Erotic Services” section, in which prostitutes paid $10 a pop to advertise.
In 2009, after grad student Philip Markoff was busted for targeting prostitutes on the site – killing one – the company changed the section to “Adult Services,” and vowed to monitor the content.
Still under increasing criticism, craigslist abruptly shut down the section in September. But steamy listings are all over other areas of the site. Many quickly get taken down – but sex with a pricetag is readily available for the sharp-eyed.
Craigslist did not respond to a request for comment.
Experts warn that sites like craigslist put at-risk sex workers in even more dangerous situations.
“You are going to end up meeting someone you don’t know in a place unfamiliar to you,” said Long Island lawyer Bruce Barket. “Brothels have their benefits in that it is easier to screen people and stay safe.”
We can’t with these b*tches. Find a girlfriend, wife, cutty buddy or something, but PLEASE stay away from these hoes. Please and thank you.