Renting your apartment out on Airbnb? Don’t worry so much about your stuff being stolen; instead, maybe freak out about whether your place will be as virginal as you left it. Prostitutes are using the online room-sharing site to set-up transient brothels.
There's a chasm between "I've thought about prostitution" and "I think I'd like to start working as a prostitute," namely the difference between wanting to make $300 an hour and wanting to suck strange dick for a living.
OMFG, Radar Online is reporting that nudity wasn't the only scandalous thing going on in Prince Harry's hotel suite last week: Apparently the party was really good, meaning: Full of prostitutes and cocaine.
Alex Teach has been a police officer for 20 years, so he knows what he's talking about when he writes in the Chattanooga Pulse that the area's prostitutes — oh, sorry, I mean the "hideous local specimens" — are BY FAR the ugliest prostitutes in the entire nation, according to a think tank comprised of "a past crew of…
The Secret Service's failure to be serviced in secret is now the hottest topic in DC area elementary schools after yesterday's ill-advised Take Your Child to Work Day at the US State Department. The State Department just so happens to be investigating a certain Secret Service for having certain sex with certain…
John Edwards most definitely did not have sex with an upscale hooker who worked for "Millionaire Madam" Anna Christina, according to notorious and perhaps pathological liar John Edwards.
Every Wednesday, we play Midweek Madness, the game in which Margaret and I read the weekly tabloids so you don't "have" to. This week David Beckham allegedly paid a "Bosnian bombshell" $10,000 for sex; she snipes, "I wasn't impressed."
"I have to confess to knowing the truth about this sordid profession - because eight years ago, I succumbed to the lure of paying for sex." And - oh yeah - the lure of being Richard Gere in Pretty Woman.
Two articles today discuss new methods of recruiting and prostituting teen girls. Two teen girls are accused of prostituting girls from their high school, and, in other news, "professional" pimps are taking their business online.
So basically, Charm School awards $100,000 to the woman most willing to stop making good reality TV.
The Daily Beast's "Melissa Beech" thought that when she wrote about her Sugar Daddy, the blogosphere would be supportive over her Louboutin lifestyle "that would be the envy of any young woman who enjoys life."