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That moniker developed because of the French customers who stream across the border, as brothels are forbidden in France. They create a demand that is being met by ever more sex workers. Local residents see this cross-border traffic as the crux of the issue and have been fighting back, limiting possibilities for street prostitution — which has virtually disappeared in most of the city, thanks to their efforts. Another potential discouragement is that, by law, condoms must be worn, although compliance goes virtually unmonitored.
But if street prostitution is now in check, nothing has been done about brothels such as Paradise. There it is, in a city that was hoping to cast itself as being anti-prostitution. And it doesn't help matters that Paradise partner and marketing manager Michael Beretin boasts of having told Mayor Charlotte Britz that he'd be glad to help her develop strategies to deal with the problem. Beretin is proud of the advanced state of construction at Paradise. And that goes for everybody.
Along with the entry fee, the ladies pay a flat tax of 25 euros that goes straight to the tax authorities. The system means that Paradise management earns money from both the clients and the sex workers. Beretin says that in return Paradise offers "an informal atmosphere" and top flight hygiene, rooms, security personnel — as well as transparent cooperation with the authorities.
There are red light establishments in the city — one for every 1, inhabitants. To counter the abundance of brothels, the authorities say that what's needed are stricter federal and or EU-wide legislation because local laws are not up to the fight against prostitution.