Sites to find sex
If you were careful to stay away from the sections where photos automatically displayed, you could easily browse potential sex partners at work and your coworkers would never suspect a thing. The site's naughty classifieds section contained the sort of ads that used to be the sole domain of alt weeklies' back pages: “*College Girl Gone Wild* (BUSTY SMART BLONDE),” “Sexy & Sweet Asian Here to Please Your Needs,” and “Morning $pecials Daddy Let Me Blow Your Mind.” While ads were free to post, advertisers could opt to pay for premium placement. While the site's most popular forums had names like “Escort 411,” “Street Action,” and “Domination Station,” Red Book also hosted conversations on topics ranging from baseball to bondage, music to massage parlors.Bruce Boston, a data scientist who works for one of Silicon Valley's major tech companies, initially came to the site to find out which strip clubs had the best dancers.
The site was efficient, well stocked, and probably too successful for its own good.You could pay a month for access to the section, where VIP customers shared detailed write-ups of their experiences with escorts, BDSM providers, and erotic masseuses.As part of their reviews, users listed the services they received, as well as details about the provider's physical attributes.The site brought in revenue from fees paid by Red Book users for access to the site's enhanced features.It's unclear why the authorities targeted Red Book and not the array of other sites where sex is openly bought and sold.
Until last summer, pretty much anyone buying or selling sex in the San Francisco Bay Area used my Red