Dear john

Can you teach men who pick up prostitutes not to buy sex? Part education, part intervention, a “school” in Worcester takes aim at reducing demand on the streets.

By Catherine Elton
October 11, 2009

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It’s been some 15 years since her johns could find her in Boston’s Combat Zone wearing a bra, panties, garter belt, and stilettos. She worked there for years, enticing men in slowly passing cars to pick her up with the promise of a good time. In the back seat, sometimes in a whisper, sometimes along with urgent, escalating moans, she’d ... (Full article: 2398 words)

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