Hahaha. A news story about Myspace? What year is this? 2005?
I was under the impression that Myspace was dead. But apparently it’s alive and well thanks in part to all the hookers using it.
A new study by the Urban Institute on the underground commercial sex industry in eight major U.S. cities shows that Myspace is one of the most popular sites to solicit sex.
“Myspace, all that, it’s just a disguise,” one unidentified worker said in the study. “There are so many ways to sell [sex] and they are thinking of new things now.”
According to the sex workers interviewed, Myspace today joins the ranks of Craigslist, Backpage.com, Adam4Ada.com, Eros.com, AdultSearch.com, TheEroticReview.com, and Cityvibe.com for soliciting clients. How the mighty have fallen.
Is that why Tom was my Myspace friend? He was trying to sell me sex?
Myspace refused to comment, which probably means they’ll start cracking down on hookers using the site to hook-up with Johns. Regardless, it’s good to know that somebody’s using Myspace.
I know we’re over Myspace but if you’re really desperate for sex, maybe make an account because you’re bound to meet some nice hookers that want to be your friend.
I can’t wait for Facebook to devolve into a hooker site.