about sharing Charlotte Rose is a sex worker.
She normally works alone in London, but when she travels unnited the country — as she often does to get new work and expand her client base - she prefers to up with other sex workers. An Airbnb landlord recently told the BBC that his home had been used as a pop-up brothel. Airbnb commented at the time: "We have zero tolerance for this type of behaviour.
What are the advantages? Their criteria include security gates, a video intercom, and locked premises.
Ideally, there will be a private Facebook group run by local sex workers that they canwhere colleagues warn one another of dangerous clients and locations to avoid — or places they recommend. Accommodation, travel, and living costs will be deducted from that. Nonetheless, Charlotte is adamant that she will not work alone.
Laura Watson, spokeswoman for the English Collective of Prostitutes, has seen an increase in informal pop-up brothels — 'short term lets' — along with an increase in prostitution. She is now in the process of finding a permanent property with just one friend, but she worries about being arrested if their situation is discovered. It would reduce the danger element.
Many do not report their crimes.