Not because they won't perform the promised services or give you cooties or something, but because the police have discovered Craigslist, too, and you probably wouldn't want to be getting a, er, massage when they bust in. Last week, Wellesley police busted up what they said was a massage-plus parlor run by some out-of-town Asian women who were bailed out by a New Yorker. Brian at myDedham reports Dedham police also arrested two women from New York with Chinese names who allegedly set up a similar massage parlor in a Dedham apartment complex. The Daily News Transcript reports they also advertised in what it called "a Boston weekly newspaper" scroll down to the bottom of that link. Someone should teach these women that wealthier clients can afford to pay more.
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The go-to portal for online classified ads and local discussion boards, Craigslist has been criticized for years for selling ad space to sex-peddlers and prostitution rings. Law enforcement officials and watchdog groups say that the site is frequently used by human sex traffickers and pimps to find clients for women and children who have been coerced into the sex industry.
Once upon a time I was a naive teenager. I lived in a kingdom called Midwest suburbia and the summer before I left for college, I worked at an illegal massage parlor outside Chicago for a day. Instead, I grew up with dreams of flying without wings and telepathic communication with my best friends. After I graduated high school, when I realized those dreams would never be achieved and that I desperately needed a summer job, I headed to the treasure trove of employment for unqualified minors: But when you have no choice, last choice starts to look pretty good.