Craigslist dropping "Erotic Services" category
Shortly after the publication of a Bradley Campbell/Matt Snyders feature about the so-called Craigslist killings, the free-classified service has decided to eliminate its "erotic services" category in favor of a yet-to-be-determined replacement. Learn the latest in this report from the Minneapolis/St. Paul City Pages, a sister publication of Westword where the aforementioned article originated, as well as a Craigslist statement about the move entitled "Striking a New Balance." In addition, read a profile of George Weber, a former Denver DJ who was murdered in New York City by a teenager who responded to his provocative Craigslist ad, by clicking here.
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