The demand for sex workers skyrockets during the annual meeting of the global elites in the ski-resort city of Switzerland. Elite prostitutes from all over Europe flock to amuse the rich and powerful people of the world.
An interesting fact, prostitution is legal in Switzerland, so no one faces any legal issues by involving in debauchery. Escorts stay in the same hotels where the elites reside. One sex worker named Liana said she pose as a business executive to attract customers without any issues at the summit.
Liana charges around $2500 plus the cut of the agency which facilitates the meetings. The manager of one escort service in Aargau, 100 miles away from the summit, says she has already received 11 bookings and 25 inquiries – and expects many more to follow this week.
She told the press: ‘Some also book escorts for themselves and their employees to party in the hotel suite.’
Salome Balthus, a sex worker and writer, posted on Twitter: ‘Date in Switzerland during #WWF means looking at the gun muzzles of security guards in the hotel corridor at 2 a.m. – and then sharing the giveaway chocolates from the restaurant with them and gossiping about the rich… #Davos #WEF.’
The 36-year-old is residing in a 5-star hotel near the summit but refused to reveal her clients. She said ‘Believe me, you don’t want to get in litigation with them.’
One official driver at the summit revealed that he picked one sex worker who disclosed that she is forced by her agency to sleep with a client who is older than her dad. She was a teenager at that point.
The topics at this ongoing summit are the Ukraine war, global inflation rates, climate change and inequality.
Many meetings on Tuesday will concentrate on issues as different as gender equality, manufacturing jobs, the green transition, efforts to end tuberculosis and the intersection of food, water and energy, which will feature entertainer, Idris Elba.
European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen and Chinese Vice-premier Liu He is likewise among the speakers.
Almost 600 CEOs and more than 50 heads of state or government are expected but it is never clear how much substantial progress or action will be done on the issues at hand.
The elite gathering is regularly skewered by critics who argue that attendees are too out-of-touch or too profit- or power-minded to address the needs of common people and the planet.