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The country is one of just eight European nations that has a legal and regulated sex industry where prostitution is a legitimate career. Other EU nationals can also legitimately work in brothels and in controlled red-light areas in Swiss cities.
In this guide, we take a look at exactly how the industry is regulated, the cultural attitudes of the Swiss towards sex and porn as well as reviewing rights for the LGBTQ community. A landlocked, mountainous country in the very heart of Europe, Switzerland has a reputation for being the happiest place in the world to live with one of the lowest crime rates in the western hemisphere, a high life expectancy and possession of marijuana use being decriminalised in ! With a population of 8.
As a result, the Swiss have a reputation for being non-confrontational, peaceable and content. A traditional landscape belies a liberal country with a regulated sex industry. Image via Flickr. According to a recent survey conducted by the internet market research company, YouGov, the Swiss rate their own sexual performance as the highest of all their polled European neighbours. Rating their own sexual prowess and quality of their sex lives at number one, the Swiss however were one of the nations least likely to be experimental in the bedroom.
As for the sex industry, Switzerland has a comprehensive offering of adult services, all legal and regulated. You can find brothels, strip clubs and adult massage parlours in the big cities as well as red-light areas where street prostitutes are allowed to ply their trade. Many of these zones have drive through facilities for clients to receive a service in their car.
Image via YouTube. However, you can find out more about the kinds of establishments available by reading up on our Zurich Sex Guide. The adult industry in Switzerland is a big business and includes legalised prostitution and adult entertainment as well as porn studios.