Around 3 Million people are visiting Hamburg's red-light district in St. Pauli. A recent video shows interviews with a German whore and domina (but not Michaela) talking about business, competition between local prostituted and more. Observe her upper lips. They look so full blown and ready to go to work with the camera man.
Youtube video showing a German VOX TV feature from Spiegel TV. It shows backstage information about prostitutes working in brothels on Herbert Strasse.
Herbert Strasse is a street in Hamburg, Germany. It was used to be called Heinrich Strasse before. Since early 19th century it was used as a red-light district for prostitution due to it's vicinity to Hamburg sea port. The short strip of 60 meters length hosts brothels with red neon light where around 250 women offer sexual services from hand relief to Domina BDSM. Since 1933 both ends of Herbert Strasse are blocked with walls to not allow minors and non-working women sight of brothel windows. According to historic statements it both blocks were erected because prostitutes were asking for it. Obviously customers feel less shy to visit prostitutes if they can not be observed by others. Other sources quote Nazis to be responsible for those walls disabling sight. They were unable to shut down prostitution due to corruption so they just denied it's existence by building up walls.