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Posted by Old Boy. Just how much money was not something the two German TV journalists, Tina Soliman and Sonia Kennebeck, were able to find out in the two years they researched their documentary called Sex — Made in Germany.
For 45 minutes, the journalists examine the following question: As their film reveals, apparently very little except for the fact that a lucrative economic sector — both real and virtual — has developed from what was once a shadow world. Erben says his customers come from Russia, Scandinavia, and Arab nations. Berlin is a sex paradise, no different than Thailand. A Danish customer who is a regular at a brothel in Flensburg in northern Germany, near the Danish border confirms that: While Soliman and Kennebeck mostly spoke with supporters of legalized prostitution, they also interviewed some of its victims.
What their interviews amply illustrate is that there are many different kinds of women willing to take money for sex. Or former part-time prostitute Sonia Rossi, who earned the money for her education. In Germany she can earn in one evening as much as she can earn in a whole month back home. This went on until the authorities raided the place and arrested a group of human traffickers. The documentary makers do not address claims like this nor do they include interviews with politicians or human rights activists.
They do include statements by customers, one of who says: The sex business in Germany has become socially acceptable. Clubs located near borders are particularly lucrative, he says. Added to that is the new special tax for prostitutes that brothel operators will tack onto the room rate charged to the women. Soliman and Kennebeck reach the conclusion that the good intentions to strengthen the position of prostitutes through legislation in fact achieved the opposite.
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