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Obviously SEO isn't good yet, but build and support it and they will come. No loss for you when the ads are free! I'm throwing all my support behind it because: We have a choice now about who to support - a SW run site? Or a client run site? But any ads you make you will have control over. Joyfinder - Pricing info unknown. Has free posting options Listed front page on google searches. Backpage is a huge resource for so many sex workers around the world, and even though there are many other platforms, since advertising is expensive, many workers only used one site - the most popular one.

I will make a new post dealing with this in a while, but for now, here's an interesting article on how this may affect all of us. Here's an article on what it is and how it affects Australian sex workers by Gala Vanting follow her on Twitter.

Look up "escorts [your city]". It's the first place clients go to look for escorts. Their ads are just gone, and many haven't saved the text they put on there. I use it, and plenty of my friends who would fall into the "high class" niche use it - it is not class specific.

Lucky you for being privileged enough to never use it though, if that's you! But lots of people have lost what is effectively their only source of income overnight. Do what you can to help! Back up any websites you create, don't buy too far in advance, keep checking them to make sure they're still available. I have removed several directories from this list for being dodgy. Punter Planet it getting no more free traffic from me, especially since their owner decided to make it so that sex workers must pay to see their own reviews, unless they message him to beg for it.

This is a change that's coming in soon. Seven individuals involved with the website have been charged in a count federal indictment. The seizure of Backpage comes days ahead of US President Donald Trump signing the SESTA-FOSTA acts, two bills created with the intent of putting an end to sex trafficking that occurs online but that will, ultimately, have catastrophic results for sex workers of any kind who use the internet to find and screen clients, share resources, and communicate with other workers.

Despite some reports, not a single charge levelled against any of the individuals involved in Backpage was related to sex trafficking. In layperson's terms, if I use a website like Backpage, or Craigslist, or even Google Drive to advertise my services as a sex worker, or to share sexual content, the website itself can be held legally accountable for my behaviour. Given that many large social networks are US-owned and -hosted, there has been a panicked rush to restrict the sharing and posting of any sexual content, regardless of its country of origin, lest website owners find themselves in trouble with the law upon the bill's passing.

What this means for sex workers, even here in Australia where sex work is legal or decriminalised in some states, is that the rug has been pulled out from underneath us with little to no notice, leaving many panicked. Without a platform to advertise on, a sex worker's income can dry up quickly; and even those considering brothel-based work find themselves at a loss, as brothels also advertise on the same platforms workers used.

The effects of the bill don't stop there, though: As a sex worker, there are a few things that are vital to our work: This is, without doubt, something that will have an effect on any individual who uses the internet for sex, whether advertising as a worker, paying a worker, or even just sending sexy photos over email. SESTA-FOSTA creates a world in which the government of a country we don't even live in can look directly in to our online lives and pass judgement on what services we can access, based on our sexual behaviour.

By signing up you accept our privacy policy and conditions of use. As a sex worker, I'm terrified of the new laws. Shutterstock When I broke up with my boyfriend towards the end of last year, the first place I realised I needed to go was back to work.