30 Years with Condoms and Not One STD Reports Dennis Hof; Doors Are Open to Female Talent

Bunny Ranch (www.BunnyRanch.com) brothel kingpin Dennis Hof has announced that his seven legal brothels in Nevada will hire any porn star that applies in the wake of the adult video industry’s latest shutdown over a female performer found to be HIV-infected.

Unlike the porn industry, where condoms are seldom used, the Nevada brothel industry legally requires condoms to be used at all times—and as a result has gone 30 years without a single transmission of any sexually-transmitted disease.

“We have had hundreds of porn stars come work at the Bunny Ranch and our other brothels over the years, and they usually show up with the worst cases of STDs we have ever seen. So we get them to doctors and get them cleaned up,” says Hof, “But that’s no way to live, and no way to have to earn your living. And I’ve always told them, these health-scares in porn are going to keep happening again, and again, and again. So we invite all porn performers to come up to Nevada to see how they can earn their six-figure living with us as featured sexual performers, but without having to fear they will die in the process.”

Over the past several years the US porn video industry, based in Los Angeles, California, has been rocked by repeated cases of STD-afflicted performers found to be working while diseased. At the same time porn industry producers have been waging legal battles against local laws aimed at requiring condom-use.

“My heart goes out to the thousands of porn actresses out there that go to work each day, not knowing if this will be the day they catch syphilis, hepatitis or HIV because they have to work without condoms,” says Hof.

“They have to live in terror each month waiting for their tests to come back—-will this be the one that will destroy their life? In our brothels the opposite is true. Condoms are mandatory, and our girls never have to worry about HIV, never!”


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