Interview with the girls:I rarely prepare questions for an interview, I like spontaneous talks. It doesn’t always work. It works with people who are honest, open and friendly. I met Bianca and Claudia online not knowing what to expect. It turned out to be a great experience and one of the perks of my job is meeting interesting people, some of which have more wisdom than people who have read all the books in the world. I am presenting you two great women who know what they want from life and how to get it.
Q: How was your day?
B: Busy, busy, busy. I am working at Amazon now and we have lots of packages.
Q: I happen to know very little about you. Tell me what you want our readers to know about you, what you want me to know about you.
B: I am a receptionist at “Goldentime”. It’s a sauna club in the 11th district. I have been there for fourteen years, I welcome the clients. At the reception they buy everything they need. I’m very happy with that job. I also have a lot of experience with sex stuff because of my work at “Goldentime”. You know, it’s a sex club. Unfortunately, we are closed now and I am working for Amazon till we open again.
Q: Tell me about the club. I hadn’t heard about it.
B: Well, “Goldentime” is a club for men – they pay an entry fee, for which they get free food and soft drinks. The place is equipped with an erotic cinema, baths, pools, gardens, and there are a lot of ladies offering sexual services, but neither the guests, nor the girls have to engage in those. They cost extra – depending on the time and the service.
Q: What is sex business to you? What are the advantages and the setbacks?
B: Well, sex business is another world. It’s like a show, like an escape to another place, another you. That you which you don’t show in real life. I wouldn’t say it’s an advantage, it’s more like something different from “normal” life. The unpleasantness comes from people who don’t like what you do and are judgmental all the time. These people make the job much harder.
Q: Are there many of those?
B: Oh, there are a lot. I think people are jealous because you’ve chosen your path of life. Probably, they want to do something like this, something different from what they do in real life, but they are not strong enough. I think they talk bad things about you because they are not happy with their lives.
Q: How do you deal with that? Does it get to you?
B: I used to let that get to me at the beginning, but at “Goldentime” that changed. I started growing. For the last ten years, my self-confidence has grown – if somebody wants to make me feel bad about my job, I no longer let that bother me. I am so much above what people talk. That’s why I started with the Webcam business. I mean, why not? I have nothing to lose. My boss knows, I can’t lose my job. I do whatever I want.
Q: I love your tattoos. How long have you been working on them?
B: I started with the tattoos at the age of sixteen. The first one was a big tribal tattoo, but four years later, they went out of fashion. So, a friend of mine offered to cover it with something different. Then I went on with the back, the legs. I love it and I am not going to stop it. It’s a shame that I lost one year now and I feel so naked where my body is not covered.
Q: Do you have problems at your job because of the tattoos? Because frankly, I do.
B: No, because it is a matter of self-confidence. If you want to take me, take me with my tattoos, or I will look for something or someone else. Someday, my entire body will be covered. It’s an addiction and a way of life. In the summer, when I wear shorts, I feel dressed in the tattoos.
Q: What is your view on the mentality of men who frequent sex clubs?
B: I suppose that men who go to sex clubs are not happy with their long-term marriages or look for something different which their partners can’t provide. And I can understand that. What I can’t understand is why they behave so differently inside the club than when they do outside of it. Most of them are well-educated, have well-paid jobs, would never leave their families and maintain an immaculate image of a moral people in front of others. They say they would never, ever go into an establishment like ours.
Q: Are you in a relationship now?
B: For quite some time now, I haven’t let a guy into my house – I haven’t had the time. But when I am free, I’d rather spend the time with my girl friends or with myself. Then, there is the problem when it comes to finding a guy who is alright with what I do.
Q: If you fall in love and you are willing to stick to the person, what would happen if he wants you to leave that job?
B: I would stick with my job, of course! I had a relationship with a guy for a year who was unhappy with my profession. “If you want to stay with me, you will have to leave that place,” he said. But if I quit and then he leaves me, I have nothing. So, if he takes me, he will have to take me as I am. I don’t want to be dependent on a man when it comes to paying my bills.
Q: A lot of girls in the sex business say they are really shy. Many people find that hard to believe.
B: Girls in this business are really shy when they are in the world outside. In the club, you see one personality, but outside they are pretty normal women – judging by their clothes, you would never guess that they work in a sex club. I’ve seen so many “normal” girls with “normal” jobs walking around, basically just in underwear.
Q: So, would you say you job is mostly acting?
A: Yeah, it’s really acting. For sure.
Q: Now, about your very interesting hair style.
B: I used to have very long hair, but then I started swimming to keep fit. In summer it was OK, but in winter I had to waste one hour on drying it. It was an impulsive decision, I took it in seconds. I cut it all off and everyone said I looked amazing and I am happy with my hairstyle.
Q: Do you cook, by the way?
B: Yes, I cook, but I cook so much that I have to eat the same meal for four days. So, I don’t cook too often.
Q: When you do photoshoots and if you have to impersonate someone else, how long will it take you to get into the part?
B: If I take a couple of shots of gin to loosen up, I would get into the role very quickly.
Q: Here is a clichéd question, but I’m curious – where do you see yourself in ten years?
B: I don’t live in the future. I live day-to-day. Every day can present you with open doors and opportunities. I make the best of each day and I live in the moment. I don’t know what I’m going to do in a week…who knows? But I would really like to see myself in another country, at least for the winter. I am not a winter girl. I’ll never leave Vienna, I love Vienna, but I want to live somewhere warm in the winter.
Q: Do you thing women are changing for the better or for worse?
B: In the past a woman used to be an attachment to the man and totally dependent on him. Now, things are different. A woman shouldn’t live for someone else, but for herself. You come to this world alone and you die alone and being independent in between is a good thing. Many women are still too dependent.
Q: What is your view on St. Valentine’s day?
B: Every day must be St. Valentine’s! It’s like the Christmas presents – if I want to buy someone a present, why should I do it only at Christmas. Maybe it can be a nice holiday, but love is so much more than one day of the year.
Q: Tell our readers something about you.
C: I am an assistant manager in First District in Vienna. Also I am a personal fitness trainer and an Aqua-gym trainer for therapy for overweight clients. I help them also by motivating them to lead a healthy lifestyle. I don’t have much time for many interests, but I am really into bodybuilding. It used to take up most of my free time. Also I love to travel around the world with my girls.
Q: Can you wish something to our female readers?
C: A woman should never be just a mother. Be a woman every day of your life. Take care of yourself and of your looks. It doesn’t interfere with being a good parent.
B: Stand up for what you do, no matter what it is. Be strong and take risks and never change for anybody else – that’s the worst thing a woman can do.
Everyone has their view on life and taking some wisdom from other people’s perspective is eye-opening and helps us connect and understand each other. It’s all about connecting, belonging and understanding. For that, however, one has to look through the eyes of the other person. It’s liberating, you know and for most people it’s so difficult, down to impossible.
–Interview by Geri Decheva with Bianca Schön
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