In the s, pimps and prostitutes haunted Times Square along with crime-filled subways and drug dealers. These shocking photographs taken by Stephen Shames reveal the abuse and depravity of s New York when male prostitutes and hustlers roamed the streets openly. The majority of the young lads who ended up leading this depressing life were runaways or kids that had been thrown out of their homes. Others called them street hustlers, and many may have supported families through prostitution. Buildings were left vacant becoming home to squatters as they fell into disrepair.
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While segregated bars have lost their popularity, the new millennium of New York clubs still offers places for trans men and women to mix and mingle, along with classic nightspots that keep traditions alive. To appreciate the Stonewall, one must know a little about its history. In the late s, the Stonewall Inn was a seedy, mafia-run dive bar that catered to gays, lesbians and transgender clientele. One night in , the police raided the bar and began arresting its patrons, a common practice in those days, intended to dissuade LGBT people from gathering socially. But that night the patrons resisted, which led to the historic Stonewall uprising.
During the course of an investigation into Emperors Club VIP, the federal government became aware of Spitzer's involvement with prostitutes due to a wiretap. Following the public disclosure of his actions, Spitzer resigned as Governor effective March 17, The investigation of Spitzer was initiated after North Fork Bank  reported suspicious transactions to the Treasury Department's Financial Crimes Enforcement Network as required by the Bank Secrecy Act , which was enhanced by Patriot Act provisions, enacted to combat terrorist activity such as money laundering. Federal agents had him under surveillance twice in