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He ended up sticking around for four years to join what he describes as the intelligent, provocative, and honest conversations on the site's forums. “You could have an open discussion about your beliefs and thoughts.” Boston participated in conversations on Red Book about everything from Libertarian politics to swinger sex parties.But the most valuable part of the site was its reviews section.Omuro also added a key functionality—he made it possible for sex workers to advertise their services.Red Book may have been full of racy talk and the promise of erotic assignations, but the site itself was anything but sexy.The site brought in revenue from fees paid by Red Book users for access to the site's enhanced features.It's unclear why the authorities targeted Red Book and not the array of other sites where sex is openly bought and sold.
Both Omuro and Lanoce initially pleaded not guilty to all charges, but in November Lanoce changed her plea in the hope that it might allow her to avoid a felony sentence in exchange for good behavior.
That resistance is on full display one afternoon this fall when I take a short walk around the neighborhood. “I used to get Red Book reviews, but they took it down.”Omuro started Redbook so that Bay Area mongers would have a home on the web.
I count five women standing on various corners, some actively waving at cars, others more carefully making low-key eye contact with male drivers as they cruise by. She wears a black tank top with spaghetti straps, mommish jeans, and a San Francisco Giants sweatshirt tied around her waist. It succeeded, ultimately attracting so many users that the site became a full-fledged business, with massive profits.
You could pay a month for access to the section, where VIP customers shared detailed write-ups of their experiences with escorts, BDSM providers, and erotic masseuses.
As part of their reviews, users listed the services they received, as well as details about the provider's physical attributes.In July, Omuro was charged with using the Internet to facilitate prostitution and 24 counts of money laundering.