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    FKK Artemis

    One review in a German online publication wrote "Although the outside of the building is about as erotic as a corporate office park, the interior is a bizarre cross between mid-1990s Las Vegas and a cheesy British 'Carry-On' film." The Artemis is organized as a sauna club, similar to several other German brothels: customers and prostitutes pay an entry fee (€80) and can then use all facilities as long as they want. The brothel is open from 11 am until 5 am, seven days a week. Food and non-alcoholic beverages are included in the entry fee; alcoholic beverages are served for €10 a drink and limited to 3 drinks per customer. About 30-40 women work on a typical night; they are mostly nude or near nude. The men are also allowed to go naked, but are usually clothed in robes or towels. In the food area everybody must be clothed. Sexual services typically include oral sex without a condom, and sexual intercourse with condoms. The payment (normally €60 for half an hour, ejaculating at most once) is given directly to the women after the act; the house does not receive a cut but regulates the prices and services. There are also male masseurs by the pool who charge €40 for 30 mins. The brothel has 40 employees, in addition to the prostitutes who technically are not employees. Prostitutes can stay at the brothel, renting rooms on the fourth floor which is off-limits to customers. Artemis was created by the Turkish businessman Haki Simsek for some €5 million. The German prostitute support group Hydra has endorsed the transparent concept but has reserved judgement until the working conditions of the women could be evaluated. Several comparable clubs exist in Germany, most of them in the area north of Frankfurt. One of them, Atlantis, was closed in 2004 after legal troubles. Artemis is located near the west end of the Kurfürstendamm in an industrial area of Charlottenburg, close to the metro and railway station Westkreuz and about 0.5 km south of the ICC. It is a little more than two kilometres from Berlin's Olympic stadium, famous for hosting the 1936 Olympics and the venue for several games of the 2006 FIFA World Cup in football (soccer).