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28-Oct-2014 06:44 by 10 Comments

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It seems that every few years, some intrepid reporter feels the need to make the game-changing discovery that a lot of people use the Internet to conduct their business.Though this sounds like an absolute non-story, when the people in question are sex workers and their business is sex, otherwise-discerning editors are bound to green-light a variety of stories that all essentially reveal the non-breaking news that sex workers advertise and network online.

Some of the stories appear to just be comically out-of-touch.

A thorough report on sex workers online in an August issue of Prostitutes and punters have always struggled to find each other, and to find out what they want to know before pairing off….

Customers knew little about the nature and quality of the services on offer.

Personal recommendations, though helpful, were awkward to come by.

Sex workers did not know what risks they were taking on with clients.

Now specialist websites and apps are allowing information to flow between buyer and seller, making it easier to strike mutually satisfactory deals.

It is beyond the scope of this post to point out all of the ways that this narrative is a misrepresentation of how sex workers and clients operated before widespread Internet access.It is not beyond the scope of this post to say that the subtext of many such non-stories perpetuate the myth that sex workers are coming for civilians where they least suspect it! They’ve got the Wi Fi password, better hide the husbands!Among the most recent batch of stories of online sex workers is a subset of pieces on the alleged infiltration of sex workers into dating sites and social media.In a article entitled “Do dating apps have a prostitution problem,” several interviews reveal a generation of hapless and chivalrous men using Tinder who find themselves under constant online attack by prostitutes attempting to lure them into their sordid web of commercial sex.Australian writer Al Kalyck was even denied his god-given right to follow his sex worker date to work.“I begged her to let me come in and sit in the corner and watch the process…but she told me I’d have to pay,” he writes.