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Author Topic: Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act (SESTA)  (Read 3237 times)

jasmines world

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Re: Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act (SESTA)
« Reply #30 on: 28 April 2018, 12:22:26 pm »
This makes interesting reading ;Congress recently passed legislation with bipartisan support that purports to combat online sex trafficking by making websites criminally liable for users’ content. But some say the Online Sex Trafficking Act (Fosta) and Stop Enabling Sex Trafficking Act (Sesta) will have the opposite effect. Critics argue that the legislation broadly censors online speech, takes income away from people who engage in consensual sex work, and helps traffickers get away with crimes by pushing the industry underground.

Sex workers in the Usa can no longer advertise on backpage or craigslist .  I have also noticed there is now no usa girls on Aw if you go to the drop down menu the Usa tab is no longer there.   The article quotes Dixon, who is based in Georgia, said she chose to do sex work to help save money for school and that she was now considering turning to the streets. “This is really not doing anything but making us unsafe and putting us at risk.”
How sad ladies .  Lets hope it dosent reach here.
Jasmine

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Re: Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act (SESTA)
« Reply #31 on: 12 May 2018, 05:34:58 am »
Not only the therapeutic section but also the whole personal section has been deleted . I used to rely on Craigslist when traveling intentionally not only for casual sex work but also for making new friends finding boyfriends and stuff. It sucks
« Last Edit: 12 May 2018, 05:38:05 am by cleanlady »
why have cotton when you can have silk???