Coming To Nevada Brothels In 2010: Male Prostitutes

If you’ve always skipped the brothels while in Nevada because they didn’t offer the kind of companionship you’re looking for, Merry Christmas! On Friday, the Nevada Board of Health changed its health code so that male sex workers can be tested regularly for STDs, which means starting next year men can sell sexual favors alongside the women working at the Shady Lady Ranch.

It turns out that until last week, the health code mandated regular cervical exams for sex workers, which pretty much excluded men from working legally. Now the code says cervical or urethral exams will be accepted.

According to the Las Vegas Sun, a lobbyist for the Nevada Brothel Owners Association is not happy with the change:

We’ve worked hard for years to make the traditional brothel business in this state socially acceptable and something we can be proud of that most Nevadans accept,” [George] Flint added. “We have some concerns that this can be diluted by what Ms. Bobbi Davis [owner of the Shady Lady Ranch] wants to try.”

Davis told the newspaper that she may start having men working at her ranch as soon as January, and in fact there’s a job placement ad up on the Shady Lady Ranch website, if you’re interested:

The Shady Lady Ranch is Looking for a few good men.

Between 21 and 40.
Have a Good Work Ethic.
Must be Service Oriented.
Have a Willingness to Please.
Have a Positive Attitude.

If you think you have what it takes, please send pictures(head shot and body shot, no nudes)and a short bio to Shady Lady Ranch. The Madam will contact those whom she feels will do the best.

“New era: Health authorities open brothels to male prostitutes” [Las Vegas Sun via Towleroad]

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