The service was first launched in by David Elms, who came up with the idea after having what he described as a "bad encounter" with a call girl. The Erotic Review website was acquired by Treehouse Park in On April 6, , the U. On July 25, , The Erotic Review was mentioned in a superseding indictment filed by the government against Backpage.
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The Erotic Review is a literary phenomenon. Still only in its third year, it has over 20, subscribers, a circulation of 30, and a readership of ,, even though it is not available in newsagents. And yet it only covers one subject - sex. Witty, provocative and intelligent, the Erotic Review has made sex the subject of many a chattering class dinner party.
“Erotic Review” blocks US Internet users to prepare for government crackdown
A website that hosts customer reviews of sex workers has started blocking Internet users in the United States because of forthcoming changes in US law. SESTA will make it easier to prosecute websites that host third-party content that promotes or facilitates prostitution, even in cases when the sex workers aren't victims of trafficking. After Congress approved the bill, Craigslist removed its "Personals" section and Reddit removed some sex-related subreddits. TER is still accessible outside the US, and US-based users can access the site with Virtual Private Network services that make users appear to be located in other countries.