A look at sexual morals, promiscuity, prostitution and legal brothels in Germany.

O'Donoghue's report begins in Dusseldorf at a legal brothel where betweeen 200 and 240 girls live and work. This is an experiment which is encouraged by the authorities.  A medical officer from Dusseldorf explains in German the reasoning behind allowing a brothel to operate legally to "conduct the love trade of the city". This enables the authorities to control the situation and protect public health.

O'Donoghue's voice over states that the 'Constanza' magazine reports that 75% of German girls have sexual relations before marriage. The magazine also purports that 84% of men have sexual relations with at least three women before marriage. While the statistics discussed in magazines are questionable, they do represent a preoccupation with sexual matters and promiscuity.