Artificial fog, flickering lights, the smell of sweat, half-naked bodies moving to the bass of the music. It’s a typical evening in early 2023 in the Berlin club Schwuz. Outside the night is still cold, inside it is very hot. Marcel Weber, managing director of the traditional club in the Neukölln district, has long since turned off the heating. The heat of up to 30 degrees is generated by the dancing guests as soon as it gets full. It’s a heat that so far escapes completely unused when Weber opens the doors and windows after the shop has closed.