March 5, 2014

Grim Reality of Germany's Legalized Prostitution

Nisha Diu, Daily Telegraph

When Germany legalised prostitution in 2002 it triggered an apparently unstoppable growth in the country’s sex industry. It’s now worth 15 billion euros a year and embraces everything from 12-storey mega-brothels to outdoor sex boxes. Nisha Lilia Diu visits some of them to find out who won and who lost.

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