Special booths for quick sex will appear in BerlinPictolic
Prostitution has become a problem in many European cities. In Berlin, where corrupt love is allowed by law, "moths" cause a lot of trouble to the police and local residents. The fact is that many of the girls do not have a place to provide sexual services and do it in doorways, squares or just in the courtyards of residential buildings. The authorities of the German capital found a way out of the situation and decided to install special sex boxes on the streets of the tourist center.
The booth for "selling love" will have a door that locks from the inside, an alarm button and an emergency exit. As it turned out, such sex boxes are not Berlin know-how and have been operating in the Netherlands, Switzerland and some German cities for several years.
Sex boxes in Zurich
But unlike analogues, Berlin sex boxes will not stand on the outskirts, shyly hidden in areas of compact settlement of migrants, but right in the center, on Kurfurstenstrasse. For local residents, numerous priestesses of love, shamelessly rendering their specific services anywhere, have long been a real disaster.
Prostitutes on Kurfurstenstrasse stand both day and night. Sex is treated like fast food here, offering it inexpensively and quickly. The street became the center of Berlin prostitution long before the legalization of sex services. Girls offered themselves here before the fall of the Berlin Wall and even before the Second World War.
Sex booths can be used not only by prostitutes, but also by everyone who "feels like it"
But modern Berlin prostitution has its own specifics. Most of the girls are now not local, but migrants from Eastern Europe and Asia, and often they do not have a place where they can meet with a client. That is why acts of corrupt love become public domain and, most unpleasant of all, they can be observed by children.
This is how a native Berliner living near Kurfurstenstrasse expressed his attitude to the problem in an interview with journalists. Locals fully welcome the appearance of sex boxes in the tourist center of the city and hope that this innovation will take root.
For some areas of Berlin, prostitutes have become a common part of the urban landscape
European cities solve the problem of street prostitution in different ways, including in very original ways, such as in the Dutch city of Utrecht.