LinkedIn Wants Prostitutes To Leave

prostitute legsWhen you create a social site whose very foundation is built on people’s professions you may want to think of all the professions people engage in. And after thinking and coming up with a list, identify any professions that you may not wish to be a brick in that site’s foundation.

Apparently, business social site LinkedIn didn’t realize purveyors of one of the oldest professions in the world set up shop on their site. 

Prostitution is a business. LinkedIn embraces businesses. LinkedIn links employers and employees. John- employer, Prostitute – employee. Meets the site criteria right? Well, yes, but LinkedIn, in a hindsight is 20/20 moment says no go, get out!

Get the story via Business Insider. Go Here –> LinkedIn Wants Prostitutes Out




Author: Geo Gee

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3 thoughts on “LinkedIn Wants Prostitutes To Leave”

    1. You could look at it from that perspective too. When you pay someone for a service, you are in fact a consumer of that service, which in effect makes you the employer the the time that person is serving you. And yes the the person offering the service, is somebody’s employee of the business offering the service, or either their own boss.if they’re working for themselves


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