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Moonlite Bunny Ranch

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MOUND HOUSE, NEVADA - JANUARY 2008: Brooke Taylor, one of the 'stars' of the Moonlite Bunny Ranch, a legal brothel owned by Dennis Hof, in Lyon County, one of the fews counties in the USA which permits legalized prostitution. Prostitutes are told to wear outfits that are sexy but not vulgar. Madame Suzette, who likes to say that she 'manages the girls with an iron fist and a velvet glove', is called 'Mom' by the prostitutes. Each prostitute from out of state works and sleeps in one of the brothel's 30 rooms during the entire duration of her stay. The local ones are allowed to go home after their shift. The Moonlite Bunny Ranch was featured in HBO reality TV show 'Cathouse: The Series' between 2005 and 2007. (Photo by Stephan Gladieu/Getty Images)
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MOUND HOUSE, NEVADA - JANUARY 2008: Brooke Taylor, one of the 'stars' of the Moonlite Bunny Ranch, a legal brothel owned by Dennis Hof, in Lyon County, one of the fews counties in the USA which permits legalized prostitution. Prostitutes are told to wear outfits that are sexy but not vulgar. Madame Suzette, who likes to say that she 'manages the girls with an iron fist and a velvet glove', is called 'Mom' by the prostitutes. Each prostitute from out of state works and sleeps in one of the brothel's 30 rooms during the entire duration of her stay. The local ones are allowed to go home after their shift. The Moonlite Bunny Ranch was featured in HBO reality TV show 'Cathouse: The Series' between 2005 and 2007. (Photo by Stephan Gladieu/Getty Images)
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January 15, 2008
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