Male Hookers: Love for Sale? No Sale

Equality between the sexes is not always a good thing. Yes, you heard me right. I came to this startling conclusion when I recently heard this announcement: Heidi Fleiss, who achieved worldwide fame helping handsome movie stars find attractive women to have sex with them (she's a miracle worker!), is planning to start a brothel of male prostitutes in Nevada. In this particular case I think that what's good for the gander is about as good for the goose as a trip to the oven. A male brothel for women is a bad idea, and not just because of the frightening potential for bad interior decoration.

From a political viewpoint, I suppose I am in favor of legal prostitution for anyone of any gender, but from a personal point of view I think paying guys to have sex with you is a bad move if you enjoy having (a) sex or (b) self-esteem.

In an article I found on the Las Vegas NBC affiliate Website, the "star" of Heidi's brothel will be a former soap opera actor named Lester James Brandt. As someone who has made her home in Los Angeles for over a decade, I am here to tell you that if your heart's desire is to give money to an unemployed actor who wants to have sex with you, you don't need to make the drive to Vegas. Just plunk yourself down at any table in any restaurant in the greater L.A. area, unbutton your blouse and open your pocketbook.

The name of Heidi's proposed venture is Heidi's Stud Farm, and it will be located in the unappealingly named town of Pahrump, Nevada. Heidi claims in a recent press release that her Stud Farm is a place for, as she says, "what women want."

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