On my flight to Reno, everyone smells like a casino or bubblegum. I'm gay I only fucked a girl once, and I lost my boner after 30 seconds , but I have always dreamed about visiting the Bunny Ranch. As a child, I learned about sex on Cathouse , an HBO reality show about the brothel, its hookers, and its owner: Dennis Hof, the proprietor of most of Nevada's legal brothels. The TV series' classic Hollywood blondes and the expansive Nevada desert made the Bunny Ranch seem like paradise—an imaginary escape from real life for everyone, even dudes with zero interest in woman as sexual orifices.
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Dennis Hof dead: Life on the bunny ranch for Nevada Brothel owner
Brooke Phillips, a pregnant Nevada brothel worker who appeared in the HBO reality series "Cathouse," another year-old mom-to-be, and two others had been fatally shot before firefighters discovered their bodies in a burning Oklahoma City home on Nov. A preliminary autopsy report released by the state medical examiner's office on Nov. The report shows that Phillips was shot, stabbed and slashed multiple times. We're sad. Dennis Hof, owner of the Moonlite Bunny Ranch, described Brooke Phillips as "a popular, outgoing, charismatic girl" who was a big part of the HBO series "Cathouse," which followed the lives of the women working in the brothel.
Brooke Phillips "Cathouse" Star Murdered
He chafes at the suggestion that his work is exploitative. Police and court records show Hof, who owns roughly one-third of the 20 brothels in Nevada , has faced serious allegations from former employees in the years since he first bought the Moonlite Bunny Ranch in Northern Nevada in , although he has not been convicted of any crimes or charged for the alleged conduct. Hof is running a formidable race seeking a seat in the Nevada Assembly, and his profession and business practices have been a focus for his primary opponent, three-term incumbent Republican Assemblyman James Oscarson. Hof, in turn, has pounded Oscarson for a vote in favor of Gov. But several women who previously worked for Hof and spoke on the record to The Nevada Independent recounted unwanted sexual advances and, in one case, nonconsensual sex from him.
Unlike the specials, which showed only the negotiations between brothel workers and their clients, the series was more sexually explicit and showed sexual activity with customers. In October a special titled "Sex, Guys and Videotape", aired which included footage of the Bunny Ranch shot by the working girls themselves. In December a special titled "Cat Call" aired and in February another special aired titled "Welcome Aboard," it featured a visit from Heidi Fleiss. Both of these episodes include the introduction of a new group of women, including Hof's newest girlfriend, Cami Parker, while continuing to feature Brooke Taylor, Bunny Love and Air Force Amy.