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Reader Polls Feedback for: December 15, through December 24, 2009

Answer our reader Poll, win 1 free $55+ Show ticket!   Each Reader Poll, the 3 best replies each week will receive one $55+ show ticket! The 3 winners will be selected by Richard Reed, IVLV owner.

 

Question:

This week’s Reader Poll has to do with a very interesting and highly controversial topic that is about to explode throughout Nevada. The owner of a legal brothel approximately 120 miles north of Las Vegas is attempting to offer Nevada’s first legal male prostitutes. With a recent change in health law testing, urethral testing for men has been approved by the health board. The health board is extremely serious in their work and for more than 25 years no licensed prostitute in Nevada has contracted HIV. The Reader Poll would like your opinion on this subject. Since 1971, prostitution has been legal in the rural counties of Nevada, however it is against the law in Reno and Las Vegas.   What is your opinion? We want to hear from you!
 

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Reader Poll Replies:

This is going to be a hot topic and honestly I see no reason why there shouldnt be male and female prostitutes.  Wayne E.  Miami FL

Since I do not go to those type of businesses it really does not matter to me.  I think it should be legal every where in Nevada if someone wants that type of entertainment.  Lora Sullivan NY

I have always been in favor of legalized prostitution, as long as it is monitored & testing is done. Morally it is wrong for married individuals to visit these businesses but that is up to that person to honor their commitment, not for government to dictate. I have always
believed this for Any area, not just Nevada.  Ed Schulz  Urbana,OH

One thing about the United States is that we have always taken great pride in our advances with equal rights. Therefore, the male brothels should be allowed to operate with the same rights and health testing that are currently in use by the brothels using female employees. The major problem I see is good luck finding guys that can work an eight hour shift!  David   Navarre, OH

What is Good for the Goose is Good for the Gander...Go for it if that is what you so desire.. Peggy   N.S.B., Fla.

There really isn't much difference between a male prostitute and a male porn star. If it is okay for a male to be in porn movies, then there should be no reason why they cannot be prostitutes. Nevada brothels should have thought of this a long time ago.  Paul Tucson AZ

It should roll out to be just another pig farm, except the pigs will be trucked in, instead of hanging around the pen. I cant imagine anyone with any taste or grace paying for it. Gross comes to mind if you want a one word opinion.  derrick dalton  ogdensburg, ny

Male prostitution has been around as long as female prostitution has. As a health care worker, I applaud Nevada for keeping the busness clean and healthy. Kudos for male liberation! Hey, Mr Reed, Let me win a trip! My birthday is coming up on February 4th.  Nick Ogle, RN  Knoxville, TN


 

 

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