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I thought they would only make the non written review rule for current reviews, they now made every single review prior to that rule now the same.

 

I guess clients were discussing sex acts in the reviews so they are just are being cautious.

They censored a few of my written reviews for pretty silly reasons. For example, the escort in his profile had used the words "huge cock," whereas I used the words, "impressive endowment"--my words were removed from the review, but his remain in the profile. After that I resorted to poetic metaphor which got by under the radar.

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FYI, there was another recent thread that went into some more detail on this development:

 

http://www.companyofmen.org/threads/rentmen-com-reviews-no-longer-allowing-text.111330/

 

The ripple effects of the RB prosecution have also been seen with other websites: M4RN (now only “ask me” for rates, disallowing use of the word “courtesan”), Masseurfinder (changing massage classification to “custom” then “sensorial” and most recently “heal” and “relax”), M4M (no discussion of “intimacy” of any kind), and Adam4Adam (eliminating “pro” section).

 

My own view is that the government’s efforts to suppress activity it disapproves of are absurd, counterproductive, and ultimately doomed to fail. Still, it clearly has the power to instill fear in people.

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FYI, there was another recent thread that went into some more detail on this development:

 

http://www.companyofmen.org/threads/rentmen-com-reviews-no-longer-allowing-text.111330/

 

The ripple effects of the RB prosecution have also been seen with other websites: M4RN (now only “ask me” for rates, disallowing use of the word “courtesan”), Masseurfinder (changing massage classification to “custom” then “sensorial” and most recently “heal” and “relax”), M4M (no discussion of “intimacy” of any kind), and Adam4Adam (eliminating “pro” section).

 

My own view is that the government’s efforts to suppress activity it disapproves of are absurd, counterproductive, and ultimately doomed to fail. Still, it clearly has the power to instill fear in people.

 

 

Actually A4A still has a Pro Section. They took out the Escort Classification in the Pro Section though.

 

Gman

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I noticed the "sensual" to "sensorial" to "heal/relax" and thought that was ridiculous ("sensorial" more so) . Doesn't Rentmen also have a long thing about how they aren't in the U.S. so they are protected or something? I know Google disallows the use of the word "erotic" on pages for Adsense ads, wonder if it is something advertiser-or-SEO-related.

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