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At the Bunny Ranch, beautiful women offer unparalleled sexual adventure in a legal, safe, and nonjudgmental environment where men, women, and couples can thoroughly explore their deepest sensual fantasies. With dozens of gorgeous women available 24 hours a day, the Bunny Ranch is a one-of-a-kind pleasure palace with a full-service bar, luxurious rooms, numerous VIP suites, and lush sex bungalows. The subject of the long-running HBO series Cathouse, the Bunny Ranch is now a household name and a top Nevada vacation spot for sex tourists and curious travelers alike. The working girls of the Bunny Ranch are unequaled in their beauty, empathy, professionalism, and sexual prowess. Prostitution has been practiced in Nevada since the mining boom of the s, where brothels sprung up to service the sexual needs of the droves of miners seeking their fortune in the Silver State. While these sex dens were tolerated by local governments, they were far from the legal businesses they are today. All of the breathtaking courtesans working at the brothel are required by law to be tested weekly for sexually transmitted diseases, and they all practice safe sex. There has never been a case of a customer contracting an STD of any kind as a result of an encounter with a Nevada brothel sex worker. Moreover, a Bunny Ranch encounter is entirely discreet, taking place in a private environment where the deepest, most intimate secrets of clientele remain confidential. There is no chance of getting caught in a police raid and suffering reputation damage or criminal charges, as prostitution at the Bunny Ranch is entirely legal and sanctioned by the County and the State of Nevada.
First opened in , the ranch was owned and operated by Dennis Hof from until his death in There is a historical marker on the premises, found just inside of the property's original main gate, as the ranch is located near a stop on the original Pony Express. It operated discreetly until , when Nevada began regulation of houses of prostitution. Dennis Hof subsequently purchased another nearby brothel, then known as Madame Kitty's Fantasy Ranch, located about one mile 1. Constructed by the Nevada Department of Transportation as a business access road, the new street was officially named BunnyRanch Boulevard by Lyon County. In early , due to the recession , State Senator Bob Coffin D proposed legalizing prostitution statewide for tax purposes. Hof was prominently featured in a number of media reports saying he would expand into Las Vegas given the opportunity. In May a man backed a stolen semi-trailer truck through the front door of the brothel, causing extensive damages but no injuries. Hof died on October 16, Sex workers at the BunnyRanch sued Governor Steve Sisolak in October, asking that the brothel be re-opened or that the workers be allowed to work from home.
Tyra talks to the stars of HBO's "Cathouse," the women of the Moonlight Bunny Ranch, to find out why they've decided to sell their bodies for money and how their children feel about their de Read all Tyra talks to the stars of HBO's "Cathouse," the women of the Moonlight Bunny Ranch, to find out why they've decided to sell their bodies for money and how their children feel about their decisions. Tyra talks to the stars of HBO's "Cathouse," the women of the Moonlight Bunny Ranch, to find out why they've decided to sell their bodies for money and how their children feel about their decisions.