Prostitution in the dating ads

Now, with the “adult” category gone, she posts ads on the “women seeking men” dating section. Every half-an-hour, Abigail uses her smartphone to upload photos of her scantily clad self, promising pleasure with a beautiful blonde.Each post cost

Now, with the “adult” category gone, she posts ads on the “women seeking men” dating section. Every half-an-hour, Abigail uses her smartphone to upload photos of her scantily clad self, promising pleasure with a beautiful blonde.Each post cost $1 but she views it as an essential marketing expense, ensuring that her photos shoot to the top of the page — vital to capturing attention on a site flooded with girls.State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle dismissed Backpage’s widely publicized closing of its adult section closing as nothing more than a “shell game.” “They’ve all moved to the dating section,” Fernandez Rundle said.

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Now, with the “adult” category gone, she posts ads on the “women seeking men” dating section. Every half-an-hour, Abigail uses her smartphone to upload photos of her scantily clad self, promising pleasure with a beautiful blonde.

Each post cost $1 but she views it as an essential marketing expense, ensuring that her photos shoot to the top of the page — vital to capturing attention on a site flooded with girls.

State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle dismissed Backpage’s widely publicized closing of its adult section closing as nothing more than a “shell game.” “They’ve all moved to the dating section,” Fernandez Rundle said.

but she views it as an essential marketing expense, ensuring that her photos shoot to the top of the page — vital to capturing attention on a site flooded with girls.State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle dismissed Backpage’s widely publicized closing of its adult section closing as nothing more than a “shell game.” “They’ve all moved to the dating section,” Fernandez Rundle said.

It also says, “Protect internet free speech.” Classified websites such as Backpage and Craigslist, which allow users to hawk everything from real estate to used cars, have long been targeted by police for facilitating the sex trade.

“Backpage is how I started out,” said Abigail, who asked that she be identified only by one of her pseudonyms.

“Nothing has slowed down.” The shuffling on Backpage is being watched closely in Miami-Dade, where prosecutors have been aggressive about going after pimps and traffickers, while trying to provide rehabilitation services to girls who have been coerced into selling their bodies.

She credits much of her success to a website that has long had a jaded reputation:

Despite intense police and government scrutiny of the website — which last month led Backpage’s operators to shutter its notorious “adult” section while complaining about government censorship — the reality is that not much has changed.

For a quick sexual rendezvous inside a Miami hotel room, Abigail charges men $80. On a busy day, the 25-year-old with a Southern drawl can pull in $1,500.

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