The World Economic Forum’s Davos Summit began Monday.
This brought a surge of prostitutes to the town who are booked into the same hotels as some of the attendees.
The global elite tackling the world’s greatest problems – including gender inequality -at the Davos summit are fuelling a surge in prostitution in the Swiss resort town.
Demand for sex work skyrockets each year at the meeting of world leaders and business tycoons who jet in from all around the world to rub shoulders with each other.
Escorts are booked into the same hotels as high-powered bosses and their employees during the five-day summit, which started on January 16.
Liana charges around €700 ($760) for an hour and €2,300 ($2,500) for the whole night, plus travel expenses.
One prostitute n Davos gave more insight into what happens.
She made it clear that she doesn’t reveal who uses her because “you don’t want to get into litigation with them.”
In a post on Twitter, she gives an insight into her everyday life during the major event: “Data in Switzerland during the WEF means first looking at security guards’ pistols in the hotel corridor at two o’clock in the morning – and then handing out the giveaway chocolates with them to share with the restaurant and to gossip about the rich.” The post sparked a lively discussion in the comments. A user wants to know: “How does it actually work, how are they on it?” Another user asks if there have already been meetings: “Oh wow, was one of the participants allowed to enjoy your services there?”
The 36-year-old is currently staying in a hotel “near” Davos and plans to stay during the WEF days. “But it wasn’t my intention to come here. Actually, I was at the Zurich Philosophy Festival before and it happened to pull me up.” However, the German can well imagine that there are colleagues who come specifically. Because the request for the services is enormous. However, she does not reveal who actually uses them. “Believe me, you don’t want to get into litigation with them.”
But she makes it clear: top politicians are not. “They have neither the time nor the desire, there is a lack of reflection on body awareness. You have to choose between a ‘drug’: sex or political power. The latter is stronger, it doesn’t leave room for other interests and eats up people completely,” she says. In her theory, she feels strengthened by before and after photos.
Your clients this week could be “counted on one hand”. She keeps it to herself how much this rendezvous brings her – but it is always lucrative. Balthus wants nothing to do with criticism of the exploitation of her professional group by the powerful upper class: “If that were the case, we would have to rethink a lot. Then every service would be directly an exploitation.” Accordingly, she likes to live by the motto: “I prefer to take money from the rich than from the poor.” In conclusion, she says: “The idea that ‘the powerful’ become wild sex monsters in Davos is probably nonsense.”
Meanwhile, the global elite claim to be morally superior to everyday people.