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Have a positive attitude. The Shady Lady Ranch, kilometres northwest of Las Vegas, wants to be the first brothel in Nevada to legally offer the services of male prostitutes for women. The ad appears on its website, www. Shady Lady owner Bobbi Davis says she already has applications, from New York to California, and is accepting more. Most applications have been from Detroit and Las Vegas, cities with the highest unemployment rates in the country, Davis said in an interview.
Nevada is the only state with legal prostitution. It's a d business in many rural areas, but not in urban Clark County, which includes Las Vegas. The Shady Lady is building a little cabin for the new venture, to give women clients more privacy. There are 24 legal brothels in Nevada, involving 1, "professional working ladies," according to the Nevada Brothel Owners' Association, known as NBA. No men are d yet, but government officials say they can't discriminate on the basis of gender.
It's likely to be approved if council can be assured public health and safety laws are met. New regulations might be set to cover male prostitutes. Female prostitutes in Nevada must get weekly checkups for some contagious diseases, and monthly exams for others, such as syphilis and AIDS. Flint, who intends to speak at the meeting, said he's concerned the brothel will offer gay sex, and threaten the industry.
Davis said she'll adopt a "don't ask, don't tell" policy with male prostitutes, but intends to advertise only to women. Women want to be wined and dined, cajoled and chatted up, maybe have lunch before sex. Flint said he's concerned that public fears of commercialized gay sex could lead to a political backlash that would shut down Nevada's brothel business.
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