Brothel Sex Secrets
Would Your Man Visit A Brothel??
Listen to me now and think about it later;
most men lie through their teeth when it comes to talking about their sexual prowess.
It didn’t take me long at all to see through all the hyperbole that so many of my passengers shared with me about their time spent with the ladies at the Brothel. The men would extoll their embellished stories with me and then I would get the REAL TRUTH later from the ladies at the Brothel.
No surprise, really, but that life lesson caused me to seek out my own manly truths. I recognized that same unfettered behavior in myself too.
So actually my prostitute-seeking passengers did me a huge favor by bringing that personal epiphany to light. Personal and private change was evidently long overdue. I made many changes in how I presented my personal truths. I learned so much from the other men riding in my limo – an invaluable opportunity to learn what NOT TO DO and HOW NOT TO BEHAVE as a man. My amazing wife and soul mate can attest to my changes.
Enough about me.
What about your man?
Step inside the mysterious world of legal prostitution.
Prostitutes have been working at The Chicken Ranch Brothel since 1973. Surprisingly with the passing of nearly thirty nine years, relatively few things have changed about the small town of Pahrump, where it’s located. The fast paced growth of Las Vegas doesn’t reflect on much noticeable growth in the small town of Pahrump, except more roads in town are paved. The Chicken Ranch Brothel is about an hour’s drive from Las Vegas., which is located in Nye County.
Prostitution in the state of Nevada is notable for being the only U.S. state to allow legal prostitution, albeit only in the form of regulated brothels. Prostitution outside these licensed brothels is illegal under Nevada law. In fact, legal prostitution is only allowed in Nevada counties with a population of less than 400,000.
Consequently, all the brothels are mainly situated in isolated rural areas, with Nevada’s more heavily populated counties outlawing prostitution. The vast majority of Nevada’s population lives in counties where all forms of prostitution are illegal, namely Clark (which contains Las Vegas), Washoe (which contains Reno), Douglas, and Lincoln counties, and Carson City (an independent city).
The other counties allow brothels, but some of those counties currently have no active brothels (brothels are in operation in only 8 counties); as of June/July 2008 there were 28 legal brothels in Nevada.
Brothels have been allowed in Nevada since the middle of the 19th century. One brothel in Elko has been in business since 1902. In 1937, a law was enacted to require weekly health checks of all prostitutes.
In 1942, President Franklin D. Roosevelt issued an order to suppress prostitution near military bases—affecting the red-light districts of Reno and Las Vegas. When this order was lifted in 1948, Reno officials tried to shut down a brothel as a public nuisance; this action was upheld by the Nevada Supreme Court in 1949. By 1951, both Reno and Las Vegas had closed their red light districts as public nuisances, but brothels continued to exist throughout the state.
The infamous Joe Conforte, owner of the brothel called Mustang Ranch near Reno, managed to convince county officials in 1971 to pass an ordinance which would provide for the licensing of brothels and prostitutes, thus avoiding the threat of being closed down as a public nuisance.
Officials in Las Vegas, afraid that Conforte would use the same technique to open a brothel nearby, convinced the legislature in 1971 to pass a law prohibiting the legalization of prostitution in counties with a population above a certain threshold, tailored to apply only to Clark County.
The legendary Mustang Ranch was operated by Joe Conforte from 1971 through 1999. It was forfeited to the federal government following a series of convictions for tax fraud, racketeering, and other crimes. Joe Conforte reportedly lives comfortably abroad, avoiding any conflict with U. S. Federal authorities.
In 1977, county officials in Nye County tried to shut down Walter Plankinton’s Chicken Ranch Brothel as a public nuisance; brothels did not have to be licensed in that county at the time, and several others were operating. Plankinton filed suit, claiming that the 1971 state law had implicitly removed the assumption that brothels are public nuisances per se.
The Nevada Supreme Court agreed with this interpretation in 1978,and so the Chicken Ranch Brothel was allowed to operate. In another case, brothel owners in Lincoln County protested when the county outlawed prostitution in 1978, having issued licenses for seven years. The Nevada Supreme Court ruled that the county had the right to do so.
A state law prohibiting the advertising of brothels in counties which have outlawed prostitution was enacted in 1979. It was promptly challenged on First Amendment grounds and the Nevada Supreme Court declared it to be constitutional in 1981. (Princess Sea Industries, one of the parties involved in the case, was Plankinton’s company that owned the Chicken Ranch Brothel.)
In July 2007 the law was overturned by a U.S. District judge as “overly broad” and advertising in Las Vegas started soon thereafter. The district judge’s decision was reversed by a 3-judge panel of the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in March 2010. The ACLU has appealed to the full Ninth Circuit Court.
While brothels and prostitutes are subject to federal income tax and also pay local fees, there is no state income tax in Nevada and brothels are exempt from the state entertainment tax and do not pay any other state taxes. In 2005 brothel owners lobbied to be taxed in order to increase the legitimacy of the business, but the legislature declined.
In November 2005, Heidi Fleiss said that she would partner with brothel owner Joe Richards to turn Richards’ existing Cherry Patch Ranch brothel in Crystal, Nye County, Nevada into an establishment that would employ male prostitutes and cater exclusively to female customers, a first in Nevada. In 2009 however, she said that she had abandoned her plans to open such a brothel. There is yet to be another attempt by anyone to open a brothel establishment that employees male prostitutes.
On December 11, 2009, the Nevada State Board of Health unanimously agreed to add urethral examinations to the guidelines, thus allowing male sex workers to be tested for sexually transmitted diseases.
The precise licensing requirements vary by county. License fees for brothels range from an annual $100,000 in Storey County to an annual $200 in Lander County. Licensed prostitutes must be at least 21 years old, except in Storey County and Lyon County (where the minimum age is 18).
The brothels and their employees must register with the county sheriff and receive regular medical checkups.
Nevada law requires that registered brothel prostitutes be tested weekly (by a cervical specimen) for gonorrhea and Chlamydia trachomatis, and monthly for HIV and syphilis; furthermore, condoms are mandatory for all oral sex and sexual intercourse. Brothel owners may be held liable if customers become infected with HIV after a prostitute has tested positive for the virus. Prostitutes work a legally mandated minimum of nine days for each work period.
Nevada has laws against engaging in prostitution outside of licensed brothels, against encouraging others to become prostitutes, and against living off the proceeds of a prostitute.
Brothel and Prostitution in Nevada history is dry, yet controversial and interesting. My most compelling reason to write a series of books about my first hand knowledge extolling the inside workings of The Chicken Ranch Brothel is…..because it’s a mystery to most everyone…and it’s juicy.
Book number one is titled “Ride With Me To The Chicken Ranch“. It’s public response was quite telling. Women, especially women, want to know more about the prostitutes; what they’re really like, if they are all beautiful, if they’re complete whores, if they will do anything asked, if size matters, and of course…why they do what they do. Many women just want to try to understand why their man would visit a brothel for sex when they can get it at home. You’ll be shocked to find out the real reasons why so many men visit brothels and the fabricated lies they tell their wives or girlfriends.
Book number two, which is in it’s final editing, will be released soon. The public will get what they’ve been asking for…all the names they’re likely to recognize, all the weird and wonderful drama, detail upon detail of secret sex descriptions, and chronicles of the men whom I’ve helped participate in getting there.