“Sent my old b*tch right back to get her Masters.”
– Pusha T
Warning: Today’s post involves prostitution. Read at your own risk and put “allegedly” in front of everything illegal that happens.
After writing about the used panty industry, I decided to learn more about the world on online prostitution. To do so, I befriended a couple of Craigslist hookers and studied them. The task took a little while it paid off; I ended up learning a lot of interesting information about shady businesses, social engineering, and deception.
- Prostitution is booming.
In real life I don’t think I’ve ever actually encountered a sex worker. Yet the Internet seems to have an infestation of women exploiting their bodies for profit. Reddit, Twitter, eBay, and most other social media sites are inundated with prostitutes. Aside from the girls who’ll have sex or sell naked pictures for money, there are tons of women who maintain Amazon Wish Lists. These girls, usually, use sites like Twitter to post scantily clad pictures in hopes that thirsty dudes will fawn over them and buy whatever is on their list.
- Most men are horrible with women.
If you read half a pick up book and applied ten percent of what you learned, you’d be more of a player than the average man. While pretending to be a Craigslist hooker, I made a text only listing that clearly indicated I’d only have sex for money. My initial assumption was that a bunch of Patrick Bateman, or criminal type guys would contact me. Instead I got the lamest responses ever. “Hey,” and “You sound beautiful” were the two most common. The Craigslist killer would weep if he could see how far his old stomping grounds have fallen.
- Women love robbing weak men.
My actual hooker friends were pretty good at tricking herb guys into paying them and getting nothing in return. Some of the girls would even go so far as to rob the dude and then blackmail him for more money.
- The average man’s Internet security is laughable.
Whenever guys got blackmailed it was because they’d made themselves incredibly vulnerable. A lot of them used their real email, or did stupid things like sending money through PayPal accounts that linked back to their home addresses.
- A man offered to pay for my college tuition simply because he thought I was a girl.
Not believing the amount of money that some of the girls were making, seriously they rake it in, I decided to pose as a Craigslist hooker. In each of my posts I’d come up with some outlandish request and still have it met. At one point I pretended to be a broke college girl living in Idaho and asked if any men would be willing to cover my tuition in exchange for sexual favors. Keep in mind that this ad was placed on the same website people buy used furniture from, and was nestled between “Mature BBW seeks young athletic guy” and “Smaller BBW seeks fit and hung stud.” I also hadn’t posted an image, instead opting for a generic description filled with annoying text speak. Within an hour some dude was offering to foot the bill. I couldn’t believe it.
No matter how well you write, how many books you author, and how hard you work; you will never be able to make as much “easy” money as some prostitute who hooks up with men from Craigslist.