Prostitution in french
In France, the situation with prostitution is elegant in French: it is, of course, there is, but it seems not to be. In any case, there is no law allowing prostitution. Punishable attempts to establish contact with the priestess of love. Street prostitution is strictly punishable and for this, theoretically, you can incur a significant fine. However, about 5,000 women in Paris alone are professionally engaged in the oldest craft. All of them are cottages, serving customers in their rented apartments or rooms, because neither brothels nor massage salons are officially present.
Prostitutes can still be met in the area of Rue Saint-Denis, in the district of Barbes, Pigalle, but there are already far fewer of them than in the 80s, 90s, when thousands of harlot women of all possible colors offered themselves age levels of professionalism and pricing.
Now the majority of prostitutes work on advertisements on the Internet, in free newspapers and magazines that are distributed at the counters of bars, cafes, in inexpensive hotels, at train stations. And yet there are still places in Paris! Fun and diverse (not forgetting about AIDS) can be held at Place du Marechal (couples, gays, prostitutes), at the Chalet de la Croix Catelan (couples, exhibitionists), at Avenue Chantemesse (peep shows, voyeurs), at Parking du Chalet des Lles (autoprostitution, couples), in Avenue de Gravelle (black prostitutes), in Rue Alexandre Cabanel (young girls of Madagascar, Reunion), in Avenye Foch (girls, transvestites), in Route de Madrid (beautiful prostitutes, high prices), in Champs de Mars (at the military school, gay), in Trocadero (at the metro, evening, gay), in Porte Dauphine (at the Russian embassy, gay).
Gays in France feel (as well as all over the world) more and more freely. Fans of same-sex love now have no problems finding partners for themselves at night or an hour (prices are slightly higher than for women – from 50-60 euros). Specialized gay centers, clubs, bars, discos, saunas are flourishing. In the government and in the parliament, the issue of full legalization not only of homosexual relations, but also of a homosexual family is of major importance after the country’s budget and, say, the issue of eliminating the consequences of floods or the participation or non-participation of France in the war against Iraq and the entire Arab of the world. O France!
At the Crevin Museum, known as the Wax Museum, a renewed exposure. Legendary wax heroes are preening: they donate clothes, clean up cosmetics, tidy up their hairstyles. During this period, they are temporarily moved to a spacious warehouse in the suburbs of Paris.
Here you can watch very piquant scenes, like this one, for example. The immortal Marilyn Monroe, and in 40 years, she might still turn her head.