Prostitutes as Perks
Sex Incentives 'No Exception' in German Business World
Sex as a business incentive. Is everybody doing it?
Hundreds of thousands of prostitutes work in Germany, but who are their customers? Paying for sex remains a taboo topic, particularly when it's arranged by companies to reward their employees. But the practice is commonplace, insiders say.
Germany has some 400,000 prostitutes, estimates the Berlin-based sex worker advocacy group Hydra. Each of them caters to a number of clients, which means millions of men are buying sex -- even if few of them will admit it.
Germany legalized prostitution in 2001, giving sex workers the right to job contracts, social security and public insurance. But the profession remains taboo.
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