The Internet has revolutionized how sex is bought and sold in the United States, and many of the changes began with the 'erotic services' ads on Craigslist. In this audio slide show, a 19-year-old sex worker tells her story.
Gregory Gilderman is a senior editor at The Daily Beast and a former writer for Philadelphia magazine. In 2007 he was a finalist for the Livingston Award, a prize that recognizes journalists under 35.
The Internet has transformed how sex is bought and sold in the United States, and many of the changes began with listings on Craigslist or Backpage.com. Here "Brittany" gives a look behind the scenes at her work.
The Internet has lowered the bar for entry, and brought new buyers and sellers into the sex market, reports Greg Gilderman.
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