Oral Sex Cafe To Open In Geneva, Switzerland For That Latte With A Difference

For those willing to pay a little more for their morning coffee, a café will be opening in Geneva, Switzerland offering its customers oral sex while they sip their latte. While prostitution is legal in Switzerland, reportedly not everyone is happy with the idea of an oral sex café opening in the city.

Reportedly, the idea for the “Café Fellatio” has been brewing for some time, according to Bradley Charvet of the company Facegirl in Geneva. He says they hope to open the new venue by the end of the year.

According to the Mirror Online, Charvet told the Swiss newspaper, Le Matin, recently that the new Geneva café would be modeled on similar establishments in Thailand. According to Charvet, the oral sex café would add a new dimension to the sex trade in Geneva.

Basically, what it would all entail is men would walk into the café and order a coffee. While they are waiting the customers will be offered an iPad to select the prostitute they prefer to have perform oral sex on them. The men will then sit and relax at the bar, sip their coffee, and enjoy the ride.

According to Charvet, it won’t be a lengthy experience, saying, “In five or ten minutes, it’s all over.”

However, it will end up being one of the most expensive cups of coffee in Geneva, and Switzerland as a whole, at a whopping 60 Swiss francs (around $62) a pop, with a possible five-franc surplus for a latte macchiato.

While the idea might sound strange to people elsewhere in the world, it is, in theory, perfectly legal in Switzerland. Prostitution is perfectly legal in the country, but it is strictly controlled, and workers in the sex trade are required to have valid permits, in an aim to fight people trafficking, which has been a problem in the past.


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According to a report in the Daily Caller, if two or more prostitutes work in the same premises, the establishment must be registered as a “massage parlor.” They do have to be careful and stick to the rules, as reportedly back in 2015, 33 of these “massage parlors” were shut down in Geneva for not having the correct permits and not following the law.

So far, the Department of Security and the Economy in Geneva is looking at the oral sex café’s business plans to see if it would be legal and viable, but to all intents and purposes the idea appears to “be perfectly within the bounds of the law.”

There is some criticism of the idea; however, with Grégoire Théry of France’s anti-prostitution group “Mouvement du Nid” saying the idea of a café serving up oral sex only really benefits the men behind the business and would, in effect, legalize pimping. Possibly the customers sitting at the bar might disagree.

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