The World's First Sports Brothel -- Let's Make it Official!
Posted by Dennis Hof on April 18, 2017
Bunny Ranch brothel owner Dennis Hof here! I just wanted to take a moment to congratulate Raiders’ owner Mark Davis, the other NFL owners, and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on making a great decision to move the Men in Black to Las Vegas!
As you know, I’m debuting “Pirate’s Booty,” the world’s first sports brothel, inspired by the Raiders, to coincide with the launch of the new football stadium in Sin City. This legal bordello will be a safe haven for athletes and their fans to explore all of their deepest sexual desires in a sex-positive and sports-loving environment. It’s going to be heaven on Earth for football fans — and I guarantee you no establishment will throw a better Super Bowl party.
Be that as it may, I strongly feel that we have a chance here to accomplish something more meaningful than merely inaugurating our sure-to-be-successful business ventures. I think that we can work together to eradicate the prostitution-related issues faced by the National Football League, and build a scandal-free future for your sex-starved NFL players. Eugene Robinson, Lawrence Taylor, Quentin Groves, and Warren Sapp are just a handful of NFL players that could have benefitted from satisfying their urges with a licensed working girl at a legal brothel instead of breaking the law and taking their chances with illegal prostitutes.
Roger, NFL owners, I’d like to offer you the opportunity to make my new sports brothel the “Official Brothel of the National Football League” and begin a new era where prostitution no longer tarnishes the impeccable image of the NFL and its unparalleled sportsmen.
By doing this, we can send a message to America about the merits of safe, healthy, and drama-free legalized prostitution, get every state in our nation to legalize sex work, and put a licensed sex den near every sports stadium in the U.S.A.
Say “yes” to my offer, and let’s work together to make the sports world a better place! The reputation of the NFL is at stake…
— Dennis Hof (@DennisHof) April 18, 2017