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9.10.18

Don't Buy This: Sell Your Junk Instead of Paying for a Storage Unit

Self storage is a $37 billion industry in the US because most of us just can’t part with our old shot glass collections from college.

7.30.18

I Trolled Strangers on Craigslist and Learned About Human Connection

For the sake of art, I explored why our internet reactions don’t need truth or reality to run wild.

7.19.18

100 Dildos Used in Protest of Trump-Putin Summit Are Free on Craigslist

Prankster Jeff Jetton used the dildos to cover the Wall Street Charging Bull statue with phalluses earlier this week during the Helsinki Summit meeting between President Trump and Vladimir Putin.

4.2.18

6 Sex Workers Explain How Sharing Client Lists Saves Lives

In the wake of SESTA/FOSTA, online resources used by sex workers are being censored or vanishing entirely. Sex workers explain why these networks are crucial for warning each other about dangerous clients.

3.28.18

An Ode to Craigslist Hookups

It's been a long time since I used Craigslist to find sex, but I'm still saddened by the death of its personals section.

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3.28.18

Someone Made a Glorious Fake Craigslist Ad to Help Trump Find a New Lawyer

"Client is a hugely wealthy man. Hugely successful. Everyone says it."

3.23.18

Craigslist Just Nuked Its Personal Ads Section Because of a Sex-Trafficking Bill

The classified ads website says it “can’t take such risk” after the SESTA-FOSTA sex-trafficking bill passed Wednesday.

1.23.18

For $600 You Can Play HQ from Scott Rogowsky's Bed

Quiz Daddy's old roommate is selling the queen and has assured potential buyers it doesn't have any "rips or weird marks"—whatever that means.

10.24.17

This Gay Comic's Hookup Stories Will Make You Delete Grindr

With the release of 'Homonegro Superior,' Solomon Georgio's new stand-up album, the comedian shares hilarious (and terrifying) anecdotes of hookups gone wrong.

5.25.17

Cruising Online Was Actually Fun Before Grindr Ruined Everything

Craigslist, AOL chatrooms, and Gay.com were something today's apps aren't: fun.

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