If a German app launched this month succeeds, smartphones could well be the next big marketplace for prostitution. Not unlike Uber for sex workers, the Berlin-based Peppr app uses GPS to connect potential clients with prostitutes in their immediate area. Prostitution is legal in Germany, and the app's declared intention is to save prostitutes from having to pound sidewalks for customers. She continued:. It was cold - I had a skirt on myself - and I saw a sex worker on the street. Why do they have to stand there in the winter all day?
Bonn gets prostitutes to pay up, thanks to tax machines
By Erin Porter. Walking around Berlin sometimes, I give an interaction between a man and woman a second glance. Those clothes
The city of Bonn insists on a license requirement for brothel-type businesses. Literally, Tantra means something like continuity. But the name with a Sanskrit origin, and used in the service sector in Bonn is causing some turmoil. A one-hour massage costs euros, 90 minutes cost euros - and the range of services extends even further, as one can see by having a glance at the website. One also notices that the employees seem to be getting very warm while on the job: their work clothes are made of skimpy cloths.