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Birmingham City Info

Birmingham is situated in the heart of England’s West Midlands region, on the Birmingham Plateau which rises between 150 and 300 meters above sea level. It covers an area of 103 square miles and serves as home to 1.1 million people. Birmingham’s strategic location played a crucial role in its transformation from a medium-sized market town to a large city during the late 18th century, when it emerged as the focal point of the Industrial Revolution in Britain. Today, it is famous for its multicultural population and features lots of shopping centres, art galleries, and museums.

Birmingham Red Light District

There was a time when the sex trade is concentrated in the Balsall Heath area, an inner city, a working-class community located between Highgate and Moseley, approximately two miles south of Birmingham City Centre. Prostitution gradually shifted to the Edgbaston area, in several streets off Hagley Road. There are also reports of sex workers operating around Hockley, Speedwell Road, and the Jewellery Quarter.

History of the RLD

Prostitution initially appeared in Balsall Heath during the 1950s. This led to a drop in property values and the influx of Birmingham's poorer migrants. By the 1970s, the area became infamous for drug dealing and street robberies. Cheddar Road emerged as the centre of a red-light zone where 450 women worked. Roughly half of the residences on this road functioned as brothels and had prostitutes advertising themselves in windows, similar to those in Amsterdam.

In 1994 local residents organized street patrols to force the prostitutes and criminals out of the area. The patrols had the support of the police and resulted in a two-thirds reduction in prostitution. By November 1995, street and window prostitutes had almost completely disappeared.

Stay Safe in the RLD

Balsall Heath became Birmingham's most dreaded inner ring neighbourhood because of gangs, unemployment and a spiralling crime rate. But through the hard work of the locals, the area was transformed into one of the safest of Birmingham's 31 Priority Neighbourhoods. However, there is still a high incidence of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), so engaging in unprotected sex is dangerous.

As for Birmingham in general, it is well-policed. Perhaps the only trouble you’ll encounter is a small brawl on Broad Street nightlife quarter as clubs operate till the early hours of the morning. Avoid walking alone in poorly-lit or deserted areas, especially at night. Don’t hire unmarked taxis and keep your wits about you at ATM stations.

Birmingham Adult Entertainment

From sex shops to lap dance clubs to strip clubs, you’ll find everything you need to get your testosterone pumping in Birmingham. The city is an excellent source of ideas for stag parties and those in the hunt for adult or fetish entertainment.

A surprising contrast to other British cities, Birmingham has lots of attractions and locations dedicated to women. You’ll find an extensive list of male escorts and the bars and clubs have regular ladies’ nights that feature all male shows and stripteases.

Adult Cinemas

  • Taboo – located in Digbeth. Their facilities include two main cinemas that run a wide selection of adult films. The movies change on Mondays and Thursdays.

  • Adult World – on Hinckley Street. Formerly known as Sunset Adult Cinema, the venue features full hard core porn along with adult magazines, sex toys, and even private dances.

Street Prostitution

Street prostitution is an ongoing concern on and around Hagley Road. According to authorities, many of the prostitutes in Birmingham are abused by pimps, beaten up, and addicted to drugs. Many are underage and they typically charge £20 to £50 for their services. If you want to get laid and do the deed safely, it’s recommended to check out one of the erotic massage parlours. You also lessen the risk of being arrested for kerb crawling.

Birmingham Clubs and Brothels

This used to be prevalent in the Balsall Heath area where scantily clad women sat in front of windows to entice prospective clients. This is almost completely gone, though there are reports of window girls along Princess Road and Varna Road.

Swinger Clubs

Swinger clubs are formal or informal groups that arrange and organize sex-related activities. The term may also refer to venues where patrons can have sex acts with other patrons. There are a number of these clubs in Birmingham but here are the more notable ones:

  • Chameleons and The Greenhouse both in Darlaston

  • Late XS in Great Barr

  • X-tasia in West Bromwich

  • The Private Club in Aston

  • R3tro Club

  • Tudor Lounge

  • SDC Party Nights

  • Birmingham Bizzare Bazaar (The BBB)

Birmingham Nightlife

Birmingham is a bustling and lively metropolis that boasts some of the best nightlife in the United Kingdom. Perhaps this is due to the fact that all the bars, clubs, pubs, and restaurants are in close proximity to each other; or maybe it is because the city is home to three universities, which means lots of easy going students go out and party hard; or perhaps it’s because you can grab a taxi anywhere for less than £5. Whatever the reason, Birmingham is a bona fide party city that certainly knows how to show you a good time.

The city has four main areas of nightlife, namely:

  • Broad Street
  • Star City
  • The Arcadian
  • The Mailbox.

In each of these you’ll find fantastic sites to eat, drink and have a blast. Birmingham is renowned for its multicultural population, with 27 nationalities represented in the various restaurants. Whatever you feel like eating, you will likely find it in this amazing city: from street food to Michelin starred meals, to chic cafes offering gastronomic delights. There's also a fantastic live music scene, and the clubs tend to rock till the small hours of the morning.

Birmingham LGBT

An illustration of social attitudes towards gays and lesbians in the United Kingdom was provided in May 2007 through a survey conducted by YouGov. The poll showed that legislation that outlawed discrimination based on sexual orientation was supported by 90 percent of British citizens. It also highlighted public perceptions of gay and lesbian people in particular, but recognized the degree to which prejudice still exists. A separate poll conducted in June 2009 by Populus reported that majority of the public supports same-sex marriage. Roughly 61 percent of the respondents concurred that gay couples should enjoy an equal right to get married, instead of merely having civil partnerships.

General Attitude Towards Gays

Gays have most of the same legal rights as straight people and the United Kingdom is known for providing one of the highest degrees of freedom for members of the LGBT community. The public and authorities rarely show any animosity towards gays. In fact, gay clubs, saunas and massage parlours openly operate in Birmingham. There’s even a Gay Village that spread over a couple of streets in the city’s ‘Southside’, near the Bullring and the New Street Train Station.

 
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