You Can’t Make This Shit Up: Legal Hookers Raise Hell Over Sex Doll Brothel “Epidemic”

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September, 20th 2018, Pahrump, Nevada – A group of sex workers from a legal brothel near Las Vegas, Nevada are speaking out against the rise of sex doll brothels across the planet. Licensed prostitutes from Sheri’s Ranch are concerned about the negative impact sex doll brothels will have on their profession, should these establishments be allowed to flourish in North America and the United States.
Allissa, a sex worker at Sheri’s, said that she became concerned about the negative implications of promoting sex with inanimate dolls resembling women when she learned that at least one sex doll rental business, Kinky S Dolls, has been open in Canada for over a year, with plans on expanding to the United States.
“It’s dehumanizing,” Allissa said of sex doll brothels. “Sex workers offer more than just a simulation of a woman, we offer authentic intimacy and two-way affection that our clients deeply crave and sincerely benefit from.”
“Offering sex dolls as a substitute for human sex workers is not only an insult to sex workers, but it’s also an insult to the millions of clients that seek genuine sexual and emotional connections with professional women like me every day.”
Allissa believes that sex doll brothels promote an unhealthy view of sex, and that engaging sexually with a doll can warp a man’s ability to interact with a real woman.
“When a client sees a human sex worker, he has a real, two-way experience with a woman that gives him feedback and enhances his ability to be intimate with other women in his current or future life,” Allissa said. “A man who becomes comfortable with a sex doll is alienating himself from healthy sexual experiences with real women, and distancing himself from any possibility of a healthy sex life.”
Roxanne Price, another sex worker a Sheri’s Ranch, believes that in addition to promoting an unhealthy sex life, sex doll brothels lead to a more violent attitude toward sex workers and women in general.
“The idea that women should be like dolls — unresponsive and lethargic during sex — is downright dangerous,” Price said. “I feel that sex doll brothels support the idea that sex workers are mere objects, devoid of agency, to be used and abused by their patrons.”
“Sex dolls are ‘rape-fantasy’ objects that men can mistreat and abuse without consequences,” Price said. “Men should not be using sex dolls as training wheels for seeing a human sex worker.”
Red Diamonds, a sex worker who has worked in Nevada’s legal brothel industry for over ten years, agrees that sex doll brothels are not a substitute for a real client-courtesan experience.
“It’s a red flag for the sex work industry that doll brothels are becoming popular,” Diamonds said. “It’s an epidemic that will plague the sex industry if we allow these places to proliferate.”
“In a legal, regulated brothel like those in Nevada, sex workers are empowered women that determine what types of activities we wish to engage in,” She said. “We never perform any service against our will and all of our clients respect our personal boundaries.”
“Real sex, especially real sex with a sex worker, is a consensual situation where all parties respect and appreciate their lovers,” Diamonds said. “Sex doll brothels encourage disrespect toward women and promote a lack of empathy in sexual interactions.”
“That’s not only unhealthy,” Diamonds said, “It’s dangerous.”
ABOUT SHERI’S RANCH
Sheri’s Ranch is a legal brothel and adult resort located in Pahrump, Nevada, sixty miles west of Las Vegas. The Ranch was purchased by former Chicago homicide detective Chuck Lee in 2001 and was recently remodeled into a fantasyland of suites and bungalows with themes such as Lustful Locker Room, Naughty Classroom and Geisha Girl Bedroom, based on customers’ most popular requests.  With 20 acres of beautifully cultivated land, complete with a pool, Jacuzzi, and tennis courts, Sheri’s Ranch is a place where visitors can discover unequalled peace and relaxation.  Lee has taken great care in maintaining a resort playground with the clients’ safety and privacy in mind.
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Media Contact:
Brian Gross
BSG PR
818-340-4422

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