I couldn't have been much farther away from Germany, and yet Germany always manages to catch up with you no matter where you are.
It was Michel Gaissmayer, a cultural manager of sorts who invites me at regular intervals to go to "Hinterm Horizont" ("Beyond the Horizon"), a musical by the German rock star Udo Lindenberg that he was involved in.
A new German-based app wants to cut out the middleman in the sex-work trade by allowing customers to connect directly with escorts to arrange "paid dates." The app is called "Ohlala," and it has been dubbed the "Uber for escorts" by Tech Crunch.
Recently, app creator Pia “Whatever those two people want to do — may it be to give company at a dinner or end up in bed together — is a private matter and should be agreed upon in the chat before meeting,” Poppenreiter told Tech Crunch.
Rather than trying to change or ignore this, both sides should simply accept it.In this way, the chat becomes a highly credible TV experience.The questions are submitted via the Internet and the “On-air host” can then answer the chat guest live on camera.“It’s simple: We match people for paid dates immediately.It actually solves problems in this marketplace that dating sites and most escort sites don’t solve: We match expectations, on-demand.”Tech Crunch explains that a person looking for a paid date must put out a request for what they are looking to do and include an hourly rate, time period, location, and preferences.