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The first thing I see that tells me I’m close is the neon—red, green, blue—that illuminates each stall of the long parking garage on my left. ” I ask the one with the honeycomb-streaked peroxide job.
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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Switzerland hopes its new "sex drive-in" will create a safer space for sex workers and take prostitution off the streets of Zurich.
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One woman wiggled her naked behind at passing cars as a mother cycled past with her young child and a bag of groceries.
Michael Herzig, director of social services for sex workers in the city, insisted that since the city could not ban prostitution altogether, "we want to control it in favour of the sex workers and the population"."Because if we do not control it, organised crime is taking over, and the pimps are taking over," he said.