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Coming soon: sex in a sci-fi themed brothel
Posted by Patrick Sauriol on Saturday, December 31, 2011
Nevada is known as being America's state of vice. It's the only place in the union where one can gamble and also purchase sex legally. Its government licensed whorehouses have always tried to one-up each other to attract their customers by claiming to offer the prettiest ladies and opulent themed rooms, but now there's a new brothel opening up that wants to catch the eye of the sci-fi crowd.
Brothel owner Dennis Hof has been issued a new temporary license for a science fiction-themed naughty adult establishment, to be called the Area 51 Alien Cathouse. Already the owner of the Moonlight Bunny Ranch (which is the center of action on HBO's reality series Cathouse), Hof has plans to open the doors of his new business venture in the first part of 2012. His angle is different from the other love nests in that the women offering their services to lonely men will be dressed up in outer space costumes -- which are being designed by Heidi Fleiss, the notorious former madam of her own call girl operation.
Nevada already has its own share of alien-themed tourist traps, such as restaurants and curiosity stops along the so-called alien highway that passes close to the Area 51 testing grounds.
Hof and Fleiss haven't come out and shown any designs for what the working girls will be wearing but there's a chance that the ladies will be parading around in get-ups that border on looking like a few of the most well-known risque costumes worn by female sci-fi movie characters. How many fanboys would be tempted to take the drive from San Diego Comic Con to Nevada if they could pay to spend time with an alluring lady dressed up like Slave Leia from Return of the Jedi, Neytiri from Avatar, Jean Grey from X-Men or Leeloo from The Fifth Element? Could there be a loophole in Nevada's state law that allows brothel owners to get away with making money from prostitution partially derived by roleplaying movie characters?
Stop looking at me that way. This is a real story worthy of news coverage!