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He would have done it anyway, he said, but the internet made it much easier. “It became a very powerful tool.” In the end, he only stopped because his wife caught him.
Launched in 2010, Rubmaps.com, a site with the tagline “Where fantasy meets reality,” gets hundreds of thousands of visitors each month, according to the marketing firm Similar Web.com, making it likely the most popular John board dedicated to erotic massage.
But even when law enforcement moves against erotic massage parlors, conviction of alleged traffickers is no slam dunk.
The women, many of them fearful of deportation and unable to speak English, often make reluctant and poor witnesses.
They know their likelihood of getting arrested is very rare, so there's a sense of impunity." Myles also wants to re-frame the debate around illicit massage parlors, which have been misunderstood for decades.After being questioned, they often leave the state.The New England Center’s efforts to reach alleged victims from recent busts proved unsuccessful.Shutting them down is not as simple as rounding up the men and women in the massage parlor.
State and local officials say they don’t want simply to arrest women workers — who are increasingly considered victims — but take down the business operators who often run multiple storefronts.Prosecutors painted a squalid picture of what went on inside the little house on busy Russell Street: The Asian women were kept there night and day, providing sexual services for a fee, sleeping where they worked and rarely venturing outside except to take out the trash.The customers themselves led law enforcement to the address in 2016, by writing detailed reviews of the services they received at Hadley Massage Therapy — services that went far beyond massage.Donna Gavin, head of the human trafficking unit for the Boston Police Department, said police scrutinize review boards during investigations when they get tips about problematic addresses.