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Shock as City brothel advertises for men to test on the quality and services of their women

By Mirror | March 23rd 2015

Germany: A brothel is advertising for quality control testers to check the standards of their services.

The brothel in the German capital Berlin is looking for both men and women to check quality, cleanliness, and safe sex practises - and to see that their brothels offer value for money.

The advert appeared on Kaufmich.com — which translates as "BuyMe.com" - a social media platform for sex workers, clients, brothels and companies specialising in the erotic business.

According to the advert the job is for an international company with more than 120 workers in Germany, China and Spain.

The ad claims to want people with a university degree, preferably a degree in business, experience of brothels, and a full health certificate.

A multilingual person is desired, with knowledge of French a particular advantage.

The ad says: "Practical experience with many years of brothel visits necessary. You should enjoy having fun with people and you should not be afraid of contact."

Germany legalised prostitution a decade ago but it is still hotly debated subject today.

In 2009 Julius Dreyer and his two brothers founded Kaufmich.com for sex workers, aiming to improve the profession by creating a market for independent prostitutes.

Dreyer said: "Our vision is to see sex work as an equal and fully accepted part of society.

"We believe that all kinds of problems arise from sex workers being isolated and judged."

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