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The prostitutes are not Pascha’s employees, they are its customers. “In reality the brothel owner and the prostitute don’t want to have an employment contract,” the Frankfurt-based expert in prostitution law Guntram Knop tells me. “They want to save the social security contribution.”
Both parties certainly cut their costs by eliminating health insurance and pension contributions. A lot of the women that Müller (junior) and Beretin welcome to their clubs only come to Germany for eight weeks. Some make several trips a year but few live permanently in the country, so they have little incentive to hand over a chunk of their earnings to social security. For those self-employed prostitutes who do want health insurance, premiums are high – about 500 euros a month – because it’s such a risky job.
Most are in a similar situation to Suzi: her family has no idea what she’s doing and she has no desire to have an official record of her years in prostitution. “This work is not for a long time,” she says. “Very soon I will stop.” Once she’s saved up enough money, she plans to get a job in a hotel or a restaurant. Kristina Marlen, a tantric dominatrix in Berlin and a spokeswoman for Germany’s Trade Association for Erotic and Sexual Services, agrees. “A lot of people just do it for a short period in their lives. They don’t want to have in their CV, ‘I was a whore from 2007 to 2009’.”
The brothel-owner’s rationale isn’t purely financial either. When a journalist asked Paradise’s Jürgen Rudloff if the women at his clubs are working voluntarily, Rudloff, who has four teenage children, answered, “That’s not my business.” Strictly speaking, he was right. As long as they’re just renting rooms, the brothels have no real accountability towards the prostitutes.
“People don’t employ prostitutes in Germany because it’s complicated,” says Beretin, leaning back in his leather desk chair. Beside him is a framed photograph of himself standing by a Harley Davidson (Beretin owns five). On the opposite wall there’s a poster of the logo of the arms manufacturer, Heckler and Koch, right under a blown-up photograph of his youngest child. Beretin is married with three sons aged 20, 18 and 9.
“You can’t give orders to your employees. It’s not allowed,” he says. Actually, says Knop, managing prostitutes is completely legal. The problem is making sure you don’t cross the line between “managing” them and “exploiting” them.
Helmut Sporer, Detective Chief Superintendent of the Crimes Squad in Augsburg, Bavaria, is one of many German policemen frustrated by the law’s greyness in this area. In October, he talked at a seminar in Brussels about a “flat rate” brothel in Augsburg. “Flat rate” places pay the prostitutes for a shift, making their money from the bar and the punters’ entry fees. The women working here were given strict rules: they had to be completely naked at all times and, according to Sporer, were sometimes obliged to offer unprotected sex. If they broke a rule, they had to pay a fine to the brothel. “The court declared all this to be legal,” said Sporer, because the brothel owners had “right of direction” over the women – as they would over any other employee.
Nonetheless, most brothels prefer to pass on their “right of direction”. Whether it’s being exercised by someone else isn’t really their problem. I ask Suzi if any of the women working at Pascha have a pimp. “You know, the name is not ‘pimp’ anymore. It’s the ‘man’,” she tells me. “They call it, ‘my man’.”
A corridor in Pascha, Cologne, shows the high chairs on which prostitutes sit outside their doors, waiting for customers (Albrecht Fuchs)
If you saw Suzi outside her door she’d be wearing “a simple bra and high heels. Very, very high.” Right now she’s in a bright pink Adidas tee-shirt and black nylon tracksuit bottoms. Her voice is quiet but firm and her eye contact is fearless, breaking only when she searches for her cigarette lighter and Marlboro Lights.
Do some of the girls at Pascha have a man? “A lot of girls have a man.” Sometimes their pimp is their boyfriend, she says. “But I think that if the man loves the woman, really he cares about her, he doesn’t send her here. I think that for a good man it doesn’t matter if you make money or if you don’t make money.”
Hermann Müller’s girlfriend is a prostitute at Pascha. “But I don’t pimp her. I don’t take her money!” he says. She’s Romanian and they’ve been together for two years, “or maybe more. She’s going to kill me now if I got that wrong.” Do you mind that other people have sex with her, I ask him. “Well, if you work in this industry for so many years, prostitution becomes like a regular job.” They live together in a room at the club. I’m guessing she rents a separate room when she’s working, though? “Of course!” he says, laughing uproariously.
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