Become a fan of Slashdot on Facebook. Donald Trump pushing morality laws. I can't say I didn't see it coming but it still boggles the mind how anyone can see that person as a leader in any positive cause whatsoever. But I will say one good thing Trump has done. He has exposed, once and for all and as completely as possible, the abject hypocrisy of the fundamentalist evangelical hustlers and the right wing politicians they are in bed with. Trump is a known 'John', he was just rich enough to employ a 'pussy coordinator', so he could tell himself he was a player.
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.
These Men Are Reviewing Hundreds Of Sex Workers Online
With his signature on a new law cracking down on sex work, Donald Trump may have helped stoke the growth of one of the hottest new alternative social networks. As the controversial bill, which makes tech platforms liable for online speech about sex work, became law Wednesday morning, a new Twitter alternative that sprung to life two weeks ago had grown to more than 28, users. Switter is part of Mastodon, which bills itself as a decentralized social networking platform that gathers less personal information about users than mainstream networks such as Twitter and Facebook. Assembly Four, an Australian social impact startup that builds tech solutions for sex workers, created the Switter instance, where clients and providers can network publicly, chat privately, and post and respond to ads.
Erotic Review is a monthly UK-based lifestyle publication. Covering eroticism and sex-related topics, it was first published in as a print magazine, migrating to an eZine format in June, In addition to the monthly magazine, available to paying subscribers as a virtual flipbook or a downloadable PDF , the magazine's website also featured blogs and reviews available free of charge. Mid it was decided to change the format once again, dispense with the flipbook and subscriptions and make all current columns, articles and reviews free of charge and so accessible to all.