PRAGUE — On a recent night at Big Sister, which calls itself the world's biggest Internet brothel, a middle-aged man selected a prostitute from an electronic menu on a flat-screen television, pressing his index finger against it to review the age, hair color, weight and languages spoken by the women on offer. Once he had chosen an year-old brunette, he put on a mandatory burgundy terry cloth robe and proceeded to one of the brothel's luridly-lit theme rooms, an Alpine suite decorated with foam rubber mountains covered with fake snow. Nearby, in the brothel's cramped control room, two young technicians used joysticks to control the dozens of hidden cameras that would film his performance and stream it, live, on Big Sister's Internet site. Sex is free at Big Sister, but that is not cheap enough for some men.
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A red-light district or pleasure district is a part of an urban area where a concentration of prostitution and sex-oriented businesses , such as sex shops , strip clubs , and adult theaters , are found. In most cases, red-light districts are particularly associated with female street prostitution , though in some cities, these areas may coincide with spaces of male prostitution and gay venues. The term red-light district originates from the red lights that were used as signs for brothels. Red-light districts are mentioned in the minutes of a Woman's Christian Temperance Union meeting in the United States.
Prague’s Adult Areas
Prostitution in the Czech Republic is legal, but organized prostitution brothels , prostitution rings, pimping , etc. Ever since the Czechoslovak Velvet Revolution led to the creation of the two independent states Czech Republic and Slovakia , prostitution has been flourishing and has contributed its share to the region's booming tourist economy. Prostitution is widespread in Prague and areas near the Republic's western borders with Germany and Austria. According to the Czech Ministry of the Interior, there are over brothels in the Czech Republic, of which are in Prague.
Some clubs are more reputable than others, and some are traps for tourists, asking for huge payments for drinks and these ought to be steered clear of. Prague is fairly safe with little violence on the other hand visitors must be highly aware about pickpockets, cheating taxi drivers, and nightclub touts! Prague is well known for its beautiful Eastern European girls, and the same goes for nightclubs and Czech beer. Nonetheless, the image of Prague as a stag destination is slowly disappearing, as stag nights which mainly took advantage of the low prices, cheap beer and abundance of nightclubs are now ….