To think this blow job cafe is Disgusting!

(4 Posts)
greathat Mon 15-Aug-16 21:58:45

www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/london-to-get-coffee-and-fellatio-cafe-a7170266.html

"The past couple of years have seen smoothie bars with live owls and a naked restaurant, but London's next novelty opening is set to be the most surreal, controversial, anger-inducing and inevitably popular yet, a café where customers get a bl*w job with their latte.

You may remember reports on the plans to open the first Fellatio Café in Geneva circulating earlier in the year, and this has now been locked in for a 5 December, 2016 launch.

Following this, founder Bradley Charvet told The Independent that he intends to open a second coffee shop in Paddington, London.

The Baroque-themed, 150m² café will serve coffee and a few pastries, with customers being given an iPad on which to choose an escort from a list of thumbnails to perform oral sex on them. £50 will be the base charge (billed as 'the most expensive coffee in the UK') with £10 added for every extra 15 minutes.

The legality of this is somewhat of a grey area, with prostitution itself being legal in Great Britain but the running of a brothel a crime. Charvet, however, insists "everything related to [the Fellatio Café] is legal" and his "lawyer is currently setting everything up"."

ThreeSheetsToTheWind Mon 15-Aug-16 22:05:11

I agree with you. I don't get all this 'sexuality' stuff. I don't care what people's preferences are, what they get up to in private. I think that sex between consenting adults is something to be considered as special, intimate and private.

Sex/porn as a public thing is demeaning of the act in itself. It robs sex of its intimacy and its meaning. Sex without intimacy and what? love? care? meaning? is what? Nothing really. Just scratching an itch, unfortunately, an itch that appeals to people who don't understand the whole purpose of sex. IMO.

greathat Mon 15-Aug-16 22:15:54

Exactly what I'm thinking. I feel very naive as I didn't think there was any way this sort of thing could be legal

DefinitelyNotAJourno Mon 15-Aug-16 22:18:56

Easy answer is to simply not visit

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