The Shady Lady Ranch may need to change it’s name after it was announced that the Nevada brothel to offer male prostitutes was proceeding with the plan. Bobbi Davis, the owner of the Shady Lady Ranch, has stated that male prostitutes is a way to boost business in a down economy. Prostitution is legal in rural Nevada counties, but is not legal in Clark County or Washoe home to Las Vegas and Reno respectively.

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Brothels must be licensed in Nevada and all prostitutes must undergo regular exams by the Health Department. The regulation and licensing of the brothels falls to the individual counties. A county may deny licensing to run a brothel. Read more about this story and check out the video of the famous Mustang Ranch. Don’t worry, it’s safe to watch at work.

For some reason this story makes me laugh. I guess this quote from Bobbi Davis, the owner of the Ranch, is my favorite justification for this step.

“With so many other male revues going on in Vegas, we thought it was time to give this a try,” Davis told The Associated Press.

The Shady Lady Ranch, talk about false advertising if they start using males, would be the first Nevada brothel to offer male prostitutes. Why the first you ask? I know you’re thinking the obvious answer is that women don’t need male prostitutes, but that’s not the reason. The reason that there were no male prostitutes? The government! Until now the reason men couldn’t engage in legal prostitution was because the statute specifically required cervical checks for sexually transmitted diseases. For all of you readers out there still scratching your heads over why this is a problem let me just say that guys don’t have a cervix to check. Now the state board of health has approved urethral testing which would satisfy the statutory requirements. I don’t know if that kind of testing is worth it for a guy to be licensed to be a male prostitute. That’s just my opinion though, because that kind of testing does not appeal to me in the least.

This video is an advertisement from the “Famous Mustang Ranch” and gives a quick tour. Like I said, it’s safe for work and you aren’t going to see anything that is inappropriate. It’s actually some pretty good humor when you really sit back and think about what they are advertising and how they go about doing it. My favorite part is the handicapped accessible suite.

So the Shady Lady Ranch is going to be the first Nevada brothel to offer male prostitutes to customers. I’m guessing that this new “business venture” isn’t going to be nearly as successful as the women. What do you all think? I think that the chances of getting a lot of women to drive for hours through some of the most barren land in the nation, just so they can pay some guy for sex is pretty slim. That’s just my opinion though, I want to hear what you think.