WEIGHT: 55 kg
Services: Humiliation (giving), Strap On, Parties, Disabled Clients, Domination (giving)
It is the home and birthplace of the Pilsener or pilsner beer variety which is derived from the city's name. Prostitution is not illegal in the Czech Republic.
However, officially prostitution does not exist as a legal business. Prostitutes do not pay taxes and prostitution is not regulated by the state. The health risk may be very high, especially in cheap brothels or on the street. There also have been cases of prostitutes offering a drink with sleeping pills to their customers and stealing everything from them.
Pay attention to the age of the prostitute, paying a person under 18 years for sex is a criminal offense otherwise the age of consent is There is no specified Red-light district in Pilsen like the ones in Germany and Amsterdam.
List of red-light districts. Prostitution in the Czech Republic is legal, but organized prostitution brothels, prostitution rings, pimping, etc. The enforcement of these laws, however, can be lax.
Ever since the Czechoslovaki]n Velvet Revolution led to the creation of the two independent states Czech Republic and Slovakia , prostitution has been flourishing and has contributed its share to the region's booming tourist economy. It is widespread in Prague and areas near the Republic's western borders with Germany and Austria. Current estimates indicate there are 10, to 25, prostitutes in the country.