Attempts to repress sexuality have failed for centuries, says Catherine, a San Francisco sex worker. If Craigslist bars sex workers then she says people will just move elsewhere. Catherine, a year-old sex worker in San Francisco, is disgusted with U. She says she knew something was amiss on Monday when she attempted to post an ad, offering a massage with "a happy ending.
You're going to create more violence by doing this. The more you repress or distort sexuality, the more problems you create.
Craig Newmark, the man who founded Craigslist, said less than a month ago that there were no plans to dump the erotic-services category. But on Wednesday, the site announced that the Web classifieds publication will do away with its controversial "erotic services" section and replace it with a new "adult services" section. The biggest difference between them will be that for the first time all text and photos will be manually reviewed before they are posted in adult services.
She asked to be identified in the article as "Catherine," after the actress, Catherine Deneuve, who played the role of a young housewife moonlighting as a prostitute in the film "Belle de Jour. She said she can't believe that anyone would think shutting down Craigslist's erotic-services section will prevent prostitution.
She said that people like her will attempt to post that will avoid detection by the human screeners.
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