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A small Nevada brothel is taking pride in becoming the first to put legal male prostitutes on the payroll, a move some say could fall flat but others think could re-energize the state's sagging prostitution industry. The Shady Lady Ranch , located about a two-and-a-half hour's drive from Las Vegas, won the right from a county commission this week to hire men.
The ruling cemented proprietor Bobbi Davis' sentiments that prostitution regulations were outdated and discriminatory. When the economy affected her business, Davis said she figured she'd be the one to lead the fight for change.
Davis said there is demand for male prostitutes, adding that she's gotten "a lot of requests" both from women and couples "who want to add another person to the mix. Prostitution is largely governed at the local level in Nevada with prostitutes required to get work cards from the sheriffs where brothels are allowed to operate.
Brothels are, by law, not allowed in counties with populations over , But state health regulations have effectively banned male prostitution in the past by requiring regular cervical exams for anyone working as a prostitute.
A brothel who hired a man faced state fines and revocation of its license, Davis said, because men do not have cervixes and are not physically capable of meeting the state's health requirements. In late November the state granted a one-time waiver to the Shady Lady Ranch that would require regular urethral examinations for male employees in place of cervical exams.