Thursday, November 17, 2005

Is This a Great Country or What? (Part 2)

From the L. A. Times
By Shawn Hubler, Times Staff Writer

Former Hollywood madam Heidi Fleiss bid farewell to Los Angeles on Wednesday, and put out the word: She's looking for a few good men.

In a move bound to hearten aspiring Deuce Bigalows the world over, Fleiss said she is joining with a Nevada brothel owner to open the state's first house of prostitution in which men cater to women.

Fleiss, whose partner notified Nye County officials of the plan this week, said they will charge $250 an hour and call it "Heidi's Stud Farm."

"Women are more independent these days; they make more money and it's hard to meet people," Fleiss said as she packed for what she said would be a permanent move to Nevada.

"You wouldn't believe the number of women who've told me, 'Heidi, if you do this, I'll be the first one in line!' I mean, relationships are harder than dieting, you know what I mean?"

1 comment:

Brent McKee said...

Well, sauce for the goose and all that sort of thing. Besides, if Nevada is going to make it legal for brothels to exist (a good idea as far as I'm concerned btw, in terms of "worker" and client health and safety) then you can't say that it's only legal for female prostitutes and male clients. The big question is whether "Heidi's Stud Farm" will go the extra mile - the one which some establishments with female employees have - and offer same sex encounters.