Pluri Media Group’s Venture The Yum Yum Club. It is San Francisco 's top companionship club for business traveler’s located in the infamous Pleasure District. It is modern and gleaming with about 100 scantily clad young women parading around in exotic G-strings and lingerie. Entry is 10,000 Credits for an all inclusive service.
The club offers a full range of companionship services from simple chat to massages, lap dancing and intercourse in plush surroundings. The Yum Yum is a unique companionship club licensed by the city council, and it is staffed not by humans, but by androids- or more specifically, Sexoids.
This situation came about due to an increase in human trafficking in the sex industry in the twenty first Century which was becoming unsustainable, combined with an increase in incurable STI's in the city especially HIV which over the last decade has mutated and is resistant to many vaccines and preventive medicines. San Francisco's tourist industry is built on an image of sex and drugs. The council was worried that if the pleasure and vice districts were to close, it would have a detrimental effect on the city's brand and tourism industry, as it seemed unimaginable for the city not to have a sex industry. Sex tourism is a key driver for stag parties and the convention industry.
The Yum Yum offers a range of sexual gods and goddesses of different ethnicity’s, body shapes, ages, languages and sexual features. The club was for the fifth year in a row, in 2015 was voted the world's best massage parlor by the UN World Tourism Organization. The club has won numerous technology and innovation awards including the prestigious ISO iRobot SEX award. The most popular model is Laybia, a slender Asian, an exotically innocent species who is popular with the more upscale clientele.
The tourists who use the services of Yum Yum are guaranteed a wonderful and thrilling experience, as all the androids are programmed to perform every service and satisfy every desire. All androids are made of bacteria resistant Symtex flesh fiber and are flushed for human fluids between use, therefore guaranteeing no Sexual Transmitted Disease's are transferred between clients. The impact of Yum Yum club and similar establishments in San Francisco has transformed the companionship industry, alleviating all health and human trafficking problems.
The only social issues surrounding the club is the resistance from human sex workers who say they can't compete on price and quality, therefore forcing many of them to close their shop windows. All in all, the regeneration of San Francisco's sex industry has been about the success of the new breed of companionship worker; and a new flood of upscale clients seeking ever more fanciful company.
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