You are now logged in. Forgot your password? Some reviews are predictably racy, and some are, perhaps surprisingly, more PG-rated. Increasingly, however, it also serves another purpose. Dianne Feinstein D—Calif. Feinstein cited Rubmaps as one of 19 sites that supposedly "act[ed] as purveyors of child sex trafficking in this country. It was Feinstein who should have been ashamed. During her extensive remarks, she offered no solid evidence that these sites were in fact facilitating child sex trafficking. Yet her push to shutter them played directly into a social panic that has been building into a legal crusade against sex work and the web platforms that enable it. Within a few years, Rubmaps—then one of the lesser-known sites Feinstein mentioned—would become a key target in this dubious fight, aided by America's long history of discriminatory opposition to massage businesses operated and staffed primarily by Asian immigrants.
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Police say Terron Zaire Moorer was performing a massage on a client when he exposed himself and his genitals made contact with the client. Investigators say they interviewed Moorer at the scene, and he admitted that the incident did happen. A massage parlor employee in Fairfield exposed himself to a client during a massage, police say. The incident happened at Massage Envy on Saturday around p. Moorer was arrested and charged with sexual assault and disorderly conduct. Connecticut jury awards man thousands after fall in front of former deli. Jury selection is scheduled to begin for the trial of a Connecticut man accused of killing his wife, whose Fitbit activity tracker is expected to be key evidence. The state Supreme Court has overturned an appellate court ruling and ordered a new trial for convicted murderer Raashon "Red Dreads" Jackson.
You are now logged in. Forgot your password? Legislation moving through the Virginia state legislature aims to make it easier to arrest and prosecute massage parlor workers for sexual touching. The bill —which passed the state House on February 11 and is currently in committee in the Senate—would amend Virginia's prostitution law to include any touching of "the intimate parts of another with the intent to sexually arouse or gratify for money. As it stands, one must engage in or offer to engage in anal sex, "fornication…cunnilingus, fellatio, or anilingus" for pay to be guilty of prostitution. The new law would give police more room to prosecute massage-business-based sex work, which often involves erotic touching but not sexual penetration.