Ladies, we are doing not so bad at TVR. by Janet
Hello Model !
Here is an article which was published yesterday on a popular website in Romania (the link to the original article is at the bottom of the page) and which caught my attention. I had it translated into English so you can understand it.
Read it carefully and realize how privileged you are to be at TVR. Without wanting to exaggerate, at TVR, we are very far from the scenarios described in this article which nevertheless illustrates the reality of the market in Switzerland, since the lockdown of March 2020. Yes, that’s a fact that I can’t deny: the market has changed a lot and it is more difficult than before. However, some have managed to survive.
If you are still wondering why we are different, here is my answer. At TVR: we care very much about our clients (and we don’t take them for granted), weg go for quality over quantity, we care about our locations, we care about our health and above all, we care about the ethic of our work.
Keep on going Model and you will be just fine at TVR!
Enjoy the reading! 😉
Switzerland. The pandemic destroyed the work of Romanian prostitutes: “Clients are few and more stressed, they come to get rid of frustration and become brutal”. Pandemic leaves deep scars on sex industry. Romanian prostitutes in Switzerland struggle with brutal clients and financial hardship.
“A bad day is when no suitors come. Either they don’t want you – or they are brutal to you,” says Gloria, a 25-year-old Romanian sex worker at Eden, a brothel in Schlieren ZH. Bad days are increasingly common because of the pandemic. “My work is harder than before,” she says. Countess Viola awaits guests in the attic of the blue house in Reppischhof ZH. The room is ready: the whip, the sex toys sit locked in a glass cabinet. The mistress used to have two or three men a day. Now it’s two or three a week.
Clients want to “get rid of frustration”
The sex business has become more difficult, say dominatrixes and prostitutes. Brothels in the canton of Zurich have been closed for 10 months since the start of the pandemic. They were allowed to reopen in June and now women are noticing that the industry is no longer the same. Gloria has only been back in Switzerland for a few weeks. She spent the second lockdown with her family in Romania, working as a waiter in a restaurant. Her relatives think she works in Switzerland as a cleaning lady.
“I notice the clients are more stressed,” Gloria says. “You came to me to get rid of your frustration. More men are arrogant and patronise us. Some men tear my hair out or ask me for something I can’t offer.”
More men want condom-free
Since the pandemic, more men would demand sex without a condom. The clientele is going to two extremes: some men stop coming because they fear the virus, and others don’t care at all.
Gloria doesn’t want to be vaccinated. She fears the long-term effects. She has to get tested every few days, like all the sex workers at Eden. Women don’t fear the virus. “None of my friends have been infected at work,” says Gloria’s 35-year-old colleague Lia. “Not even in other brothels.”
Lia has worked in Zurich and St. Gallen for six years. She has yet to see many of her regular clients since the pandemic broke out. A few weeks ago she had her first one.
“He almost devoured me and wanted oral sex without a condom,” Lia says. “Now he’s completely changed, he doesn’t want kisses, only from behind.”
Every second client doesn’t show up
In the Hades studio, where Viola is manager, a room has been set up like a hospital room. “My clinic” is what the dominatrix calls it, and she wears a tight nurse’s outfit, with bright red lips.
Viola is vaccinated twice. She greets her guests with a transparent mask. No vaccination certificates or tests are required. Viola doesn’t understand, “Why do we have different rules than Clubs?” Everyday life has become more bureaucratic, says the dominatrix. “Now I have to deal more with administration than with my guests’ wishes.” Many men write to the dominatrix, but then don’t show up for the meeting. About half of the clients do so now – before the pandemic, it was at most one in ten. “You text me on Whatsapp or send me inappropriate photos,” says Viola. “That’s not how it works!”
Domina is plagued by financial fears
Domina’s clientele often includes young people under 30. They usually have responsibilities at work. “You come to me to give me free rein and you give up control,” Viola says. But because of the pandemic, many of these potential guests work from home and can’t leave. This has serious consequences for the dominatrix. She had to pay rent for the studio for the lockdown period, and received no compensation. She is affected by financial fears: “I had to tighten my belt. And holidays are definitely out”. She’s not giving up, hoping that the industry will recover, that it won’t have to shut down again because of the pandemic. “Then I don’t know what to do next,” she concludes.
Author Loredana Iriciuc 29 Jul 2021, 18:56 | Social
Source : https://m.stiridiaspora.ro/elvetia–pandemia-a-distrus-munca-prostituatelor-romance–prc-e2prc-80prc-9eclientii-sunt-putini-si-mai-stresati–vin-sa-scape-de-frustrare-si-devin-brutaliprc-e2prc-80prc-9d_472278.html