Backpage escorts are being added to the popular backpage escort site BackpagePhoenix.com, where users can post their own ads and earn money from the ads they post.
The site has been accused of allowing users to earn money by posting ads that are not actually ads and selling them on other websites.
The Escorts feature is a part of a broader shift in the way people connect with prostitutes and sex workers.
The company behind the site Backpages.com has said that it is removing the ads from the site entirely and will instead have a dedicated team of developers and programmers focus on adding more features.
The changes have been in the works for a while.
Backpage, which has more than 40 million members and is ranked by Alexa as the ninth most popular website in the world, has been trying to grow and diversify its business for years.
BackpagePhoenix was first launched in 2013, but the company has since moved onto other sites, including Backpage and Backpage.com.
In September, the company announced it had been acquired by a new company called Backpage Technologies.
It also announced it was adding a new feature to its site called “escorts”.
Escorts is a new site type for users to connect with the escorts they are looking for.
When users search for a specific escort, they can find a list of photos and videos that show them and a description of the escort.
Users can also search for the escort and click the “Like” button on a photo and a link to a profile.
This new feature is meant to help people find escorts quickly.
According to Backpage CEO Sarah Lee, the new feature will allow users to find escapers that match their search term and then “like” them.
The feature will not be visible to the public, but users will be able to find them and “like them” for free.
The company’s new feature has also been criticized by the anti-pornography group PETA.PETA says the new site does not allow users or moderators to opt out of ads that they find objectionable.
The group also believes that Backpage has not changed its business practices and policies.
Backpages is also accused of having a sexual exploitation policy that includes the ability for users and moderators to “delete any user who is not a verified member of the Escorts community.”
According to PETA, Backpages has a history of posting content that includes graphic images and sexual content, including photos of women’s genitals and bodies that were posted to the site in 2011.
In January, the U.S. House of Representatives voted to investigate Backpage for possible criminal violations of the Trafficking Victims Protection Act.
The House of Representative voted on a bill to establish a task force to investigate backpage.
The bill was reintroduced by a Republican lawmaker and a Democratic representative in January and has yet to receive a vote.