A new cafe in Switzerland, due to open later this year, plans to serve up more than just a steaming mug of coffee. Once they've ordered a hot beverage, men can grab one of the cafe's iPads to browse the catalog of sex workers (to be provided by the Facegirl firm) for a side of oral sex with their morning pick-me-up. They then simply sit at the bar, and in five to ten minutes the experience is all over. Rough cost? About 60 Swiss francs, i.e. $61 USD or £42, likely not including a tip. Yes, it sounds scandalous, and quite frankly sexist and super gross. But the business model is based off existing similar cafes in Thailand, and sex work is legal and regulated in Geneva. In fact, prostitution has been legal since 1942, but it doesn't mean the locals are happy about it. Currently, they're just waiting to see whether the coffee shop will come to fruition or not. It also has some of us ladies wondering... when do we get to turn the tables?

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