04:49 GMT20 January 2021
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    An unusual brothel that invites its customers to engage in some XXX-rated doll play is open for business in Dortmund, and is the first establishment of its kind in Germany.

    An extravagant bordello called Bordoll has opened in the German city of Dortmund and, like its name suggests, all of its ‘sex workers’ are dolls – literally.

    Evelyn Schwarz, the owner and madam, originally created her establishment as a BDSM parlor but eventually converted it into an adult ‘doll house’ where a customer could have intercourse with a life-sized sex doll for about $90 per hour.

    Inside Germany's first sex doll-only brothel
    Inside Germany's first sex doll-only brothel

    "The dolls are ideal employees. They're always here because they're never sick, they always look good, and they offer all three holes with no complaints or extra charges," Schwarz told media.

    She added that while customers’ "wives or girlfriends have their own needs" and live prostitutes have "limits on what they will and won't do, sexually", her dolls "do everything" a client wants, allowing people "to freely try out things they've seen happen in porn."

    Inside Germany's first sex doll-only brothel
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    Inside Germany's first sex doll-only brothel

    According to her, about 30 percent of the clients simply want to find out what’s it like to have sex with a doll while the rest become regulars, with customers being people from all walks of life, "from 18- to 80-year-olds, from unemployed people to prominent judges."

    Despite sex doll brothels being relatively popular in Japan, this is the first such establishment to open in Germany; the first such bordellos in Europe opened in Barcelona in March 2017.


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