Prostitution in Switzerland : 5 reasons why it is perfectly fine to pay for sex ! by d_velvet_rooms
“Prostitution is known as the oldest profession in the world.”
Yes, everybody knows this sentence and by saying this, we also perfectly understand the word „profession“. When I checked the meaning of that word in several dictionaries, I always come to the same definition :
„ …an occupation requiring special training…“.
So, profession = occupation = job = work. Am I right ?
Then, why is it that being an Escort cannot be officially and morally recognized as what it is? A profession .
In Switzerland, we are half-way. The profession is legally recognized but not morally accepted yet.
But Gentlemen, don’t let the double-moral takes you over! Let’s see why you should not have a bad conscience while visiting an Escort.
Everybody is doing it !
Yes, trust me. You’re not alone. But your colleagues, friends, brothers are never going to tell you this but they are not as „innocent“ as they look. To put the situation into perspective, it is far from being as dramatic as it seems. You won’t be the first, definitely not the last.
It’s safer/more discreet than you would think!
You feel like seeing a Sex-worker? Go for a trustsworthy Swiss Escort Agency or for an independent sex worker. Contrary to popular belief, with those two options, there are usually no pimps involved, no big fat men standing at a door waiting to take your cash. Take your time to search for the right girl. Many will also have reviews to show that they are a real person and proving that their service is worth the money you are willing to spend. Independent Swiss Escorts run their profession as normal businesswomen would, from their own marketing to accounts. They are also very careful with their health (more than the average woman) and do several check-ups through the year.
It’s legal !
Yes, you read that right. Selling sex for money has been legal and regulated in Switzerland since 1942. Prostitution is legal in Switzerland although individual cantons have different rules on where and when it can be practised.
Forcing someone into prostitution is, however, illegal. But as long as the person is not being forced into this industry and deliberately chooses this orientation, there is no shame or bad conscience to have when two adults are consenting.
Let us not forget the billions that this sector brings in every year to the Swiss government. Why then ban such a lucrative business? No Gentlemen, everyone benefits from it, believe me. You have no reason to have a bad conscience when you pay for sex in Switzerland.
Clients are not desperate!
It’s just that at some point we all need to have a bit of fun, or some intimacy, or just feel loved – just for an hour – without worrying about who we are, where we come from or what we look like. Most of men who see Escorts are not desperate. We should stop thinking that men come to see Escorts because they cannot get another woman or because they can’t get sex „for free“ : that is wrong. It is all about having some fun! Clients of sex workers always varied. They see people of every age, size, shape, colour, from every background, who are into all sorts of weird and wonderful delights! Be one of them and let’s start having fun! ;-).
It’s so much easier with no strings-attached !
Honestly, I don’t know why men don’t do it more often… Instead of spending hours on social media/dating applications like Tinder trying to “catch the right fish” or going to a bar and drinking until you get the courage to approach a woman and ask her if she would like to have some fun with you, why not just skip to the end? It’s well worth the money ! 🙂
Still not convinced?
Maybe because of the stigma attached to the sex worker profession and to the men who visit them… But maybe you could contribute to reduce that stigma… How?
Well, first by stopping to call women tramps, sluts and slags based on how they dress or their sexual activities. Stop thinking that a woman can’t have as much (or more) sex as a man. Stop thinking they are all forced, or easy, or diseased. Stop thinking that their only options are to be a prude or a whore. Stop thinking they are nymphomaniacs, that they can’t have relationships. Stop thinking they are „only doing this to pay for their tuition fees“. Stop objectifying sex workers by saying they are all possessions.
Stop the stigma of sex workers and you will stop the stigma of clients visiting them.
Janet for TheVelvetRooms