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The “boxes” are eight drive-in units for in-the-car services and four stalls with wooden plank beds and rubber mattresses.
Each stall is decorated with an HIV or sex education poster and equipped with a condom disposal bin and a panic button to protect the sex worker.
It turns right, and I’m on a paved, looping track about the size of a football field.
Lining the track are 10 covered wooden sheds (about 10 feet apart) about the size of a typical bus shelter. The cost of services varies, depending on bartering between the sex worker and the client.
My cabbie drives past what seem like sleazebag Christmas crèches toward a small wooden shed, where two hookers in their 20s stand, hands on hips, cigarettes dangling from shiny, rouged mouths. She does, but when I tell her I’m a reporter, she rolls her eyes and says I can’t talk to her or any of the other women.
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The working girls—mostly Roma (who are often discriminated against in Europe and referred to pejoratively as “Gypsy”) from central and Eastern Europe—smoke, chat, drink Swiss lager and wait for customers to drive by and choose them.
Circling the track in a taxi and checking out the hookers in their seduction-wear makes me feel as if I’m on a sordid amusement park ride. Keep up with this story and more , you've obviously never been to Zurich, where the red-light district has been packaged and streamlined like an express-order fast-food chain.
“American media always wants to know why Switzerland doesn’t make prostitution illegal,” says Herzig. Shouldn’t we try to make it safe and provide areas for help?
It’s accessible only by car—pull up, pull in, pull out.
In numerous surveys, Zurich has been named the city with the best quality of life in the world and the wealthiest on the continent. “There’s a high demand,” says Michael Herzig, the former Zurich department official who helped develop and open the sex boxes.
According to my cabbie (a self-appointed “prostitution expert”), a quick lube job runs around ; full service, 0; and 0 or so to “stick it in reverse.” Each shed houses two to six prostitutes, all in provocative outfits.
All ladies, no men or transgenders—who typically hustle Zurich’s LGBT brothels or bars instead.