Who says that fucking while feminist is a lost cause? On Ms. Magazine's blog, aspiring feminist journalist Alexandra Tweten (22, 5'7", green eyes) posted a dating ad on Craigslist specifically seeking feminist men. The experiment yielded 68 replies, and only two penis photos!
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Apologies for the scant posting lately, Sexist readers. I'm deep in a forthcoming cover story at the moment, but I've still found the time to become depressed by this tragic Craigslist Missed Connection, from a high school grad to her former English teacher. I don't know what's sadder: The electronic heart that ends the anonymous [...]
It looks like our discriminatory Rockville car repair company got the message that their job ad in search of a hot female employee didn't exactly jibe with Montgomery County employment laws. The company has removed its Craigslist ad specifying an "attractive" "gal" who is "confident with her sexuality," and replaced it with this sanitized version [...]
Whenever another cultural milestone rolls around—an election, an inauguration, a Bruce concert—you can bet that the men of Craigslist will attempt to parlay it into an opportunity to scout out some themed poon.
This week: Christmas poon!
The worst of the Christmas-themed sexual overtures filed in the "Casual Encounters" section of D.C. Craigslist, after the jump. [...]
Sometimes, Craigslist Missed Connections have the power to renew your faith in love-at-first sight. Other times, they will destroy your faith in humanity. This is one of those times.
I don't know what possibly could have happened this week to inspire some of the saddest missed connections that I have ever seen, but it's not my [...]
"What's up guys?" writes the "very masculine" bisexual white male, before getting down to business:
"[I'm] looking for other masculine buds out there who wear jockstraps," this Baltimore Craigslist poster writes (warning: possibly NSFW photos of dudes posing in jockstraps). The poster, who runs an amateur jockstrap photo blog, is looking for any guy "into [...]
According to the Maryland Gazette, "at least" 18 men have been arrested through the state's undercover sex operation this year. The operation follows the typical To Catch A Predator model: "The men contacted Montgomery County Police officers posing as a 16-year-old high school sophomore on Craigslist.com, negotiated how much they would pay for specific sexual [...]
"That's right—a stripper pole," reads this NOVA Craigslist ad. Really? Because it looks a lot like a pole to me:
The pole can be yours for 90 bucks.
[Thanks to Molly Redden for the stripper tip].
Craigslist's adult-services ads may now be scrubbed of unlawfullness and pornography, but the Web site's notoriously dirty personals section is still allowed to run free of administrative oversight. That's not to say its sex seekers are lacking in standards.
In "The Glory Hole is OPEN," the proprietor of a private anonymous sex hole writes:
Over on CityDesk, Andrew Beaujon digs into the Craigslist adult ads crackdown, a new development which could mean good business for alt-weeklies. Why not come crawling back to CP, erotic service providers, where photos of genitalia and penetration are no-nos, but “Nipples are kind of on a fence”?
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