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Hermann Müller knows that some of the women working in Pascha have pimps, “but [the pimps] are not allowed to come in the club,” he says. If a woman asks them for help, they put her in touch with the police. “Two weeks ago,” he says running his hands over his close-cropped hair, “a girl said to our manager that some guy wanted to have money from her because he drove her from Romania to Germany. And then he wanted to have money from her every week or something.” Pascha called the authorities and the girl went with them. Müller’s not too sure where.
Hopefully, she wound up somewhere like Solwodi. Lea Ackermann is the “foundress” of Solwodi, a charity with 16 counselling centres and seven shelters in Germany for victims of sex trafficking or forced marriage. She’s travelled the world with her work and exudes warmth, kindness and wisdom. It’s like talking to a Disney grandmother, only one who is telling the most terrible stories.
She tells me about a 17-year-old Russian – let’s call her Klara – whose father had fallen ill. The family was getting desperate for money so when Klara saw a newspaper advert offering temporary work as a prostitute in Germany, “she thought, ‘it will be awful but for three months I can bear it.’ And then she was raped by several men the night she arrived to “get her ready” for prostitution. They took her passport. There was another girl there who wouldn’t do something a customer wanted and they broke a bottle, a glass bottle, and raped her with that. She was cut inside. It was shown to all the others.” Klara was trapped there for four years.
H erbert Krauleidis, the owner of Gesext.de, is talking me through his website on a huge screen in his light-flooded boardroom in Stuttgart. Gesext is basically eBay for sex: people (mostly women) post pictures of themselves and a description of what they’re open to and other people (mostly men) bid for them.
The site makes about 10m euros a year from its 15% cut of the sale price. Krauleidis, 59, is currently in talks with investors about expanding Gesext to “countries with laws that allow it, like Austria, Spain, Switzerland and the UK.”
Gesext features a mind-boggling array of categories from slaves to gang bangs via nude cleaners. The biggest earners are virgins (Gesext asks for proof from the girl’s doctor); one 19-year-old from Hanover sold her virginity for 17,800 euros. Men selling themselves to women fare worst. As Krauleidis, 59, browses the site, I spot one: “Hallo Lady”, a tanned middle-aged man posing on a sail boat, has just sold for 80 euros.
“Hallo Lady,” runs his blurb. “Would you like to be treated as a woman and get lustful joyful feelings and orgasms like you haven’t had in a long time? Feel free to call me, I’m going to make you feel like a real woman. I’m 52, 175cm tall and I can go for a long time. We should meet around Munich.”
“The men aren’t good for business,” says Krauleidis mildly. “Even in the sales they don’t sell much.” Gesext’s office is so close to Paradise that I can see its red stripes on the other side of the autobahn. But Krauleidis and Michael Beretin couldn’t be more different. Krauleidis, with his well-polished Mercedes, fluffy balding head and bookshelf of businessmen’s biographies (Richard Branson, Bill Gates, Jack Welch), reminds me of the owner of a successful regional chain of shoe shops. Except the owner of a regional chain of shoe shops probably wouldn’t have a personalised number plate reading “SEX 69”.
One of the women on his site is Jacky, 36, a single mother from Stuttgart who works in a bistro. Her 15-year-old daughter lives with Jacky’s parents, but everyone’s your neighbour on the internet and she soon discovered that her mother was selling sex online. What does her daughter say about it? “She doesn’t ask much about it. But I buy her presents. Last year I paid for a trip to England so she could learn the language. And now she’s going to get a smartphone, I think an iPhone. She always gets the newest one.”
Jacky has seen about 100 men over two years, making 100-150 euros each time. She’s had a 76-year-old client die of a heart attack during an appointment. It was, as Jacky puts it, “horrible for his wife”.
On Gesext, whoever places the highest bid is the man Jacky has to meet. Would-be bidders register with their full name and address and that, along with an informal ratings system, is the sum total of Gesext’s safeguards. Krauleidis is launching a new mobile app in April called “Touch & Sex”. His press officer is describing it to me, “so you check into a hotel and look at your smart phone, you choose a woman,” – “like a pizza,” Krauleidis interrupts, absent-mindedly scrolling through his emails.
B ack in Paradise, I notice a copy of Emma magazine in Beretin’s office. It’s run by Alice Schwarzer, an old school German feminist who published a petition calling for a ban on prostitution last year signed by almost 100 celebrities, politicians and academics. Since then, there have been a number of counter-petitions from sex worker unions in Germany and, as the debate has spread, elsewhere in Europe.

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