Nevada Working Girls vs. Trumpcare

Posted by Alice Little on June 28, 2017

As a rule of thumb, I usually choose not to discuss religion or politics, as I find such topics to be less than appropriate for the bedroom, which is where I conduct the majority of my business. After all, as a legal sex worker at Dennis Hof’s Sagebrush Ranch near Reno, Nevada, I have clients from both ends of the political spectrum and everywhere in between. However, the proposed American Health Care Act is a situation that directly affects not only myself, but the other working ladies, staff, and clients that make up the legal Nevada brothel industry — and I’m compelled to share my opinion on it, as it reflects the feelings of the majority of working girls I’ve spoken with about this subject.

This week, the Congressional Budget Office released its analysis of the American Health Care Act, concluding that Trumpcare would increase the number of people without health insurance by 22 million by 2026. So when Senator Dean Heller (R-NV) opposed the bill, saying Trumpcare would strip coverage from “millions of Americans,” he unfortunately may have been accurate.

Hundreds of thousands of Nevadans will lose coverage if the Trumpcare bill passes, and even more will be significantly affected as a result of the legislation. This includes Nevada’s most unique demographic — the thousands of licensed working girls who ply their trade in the only state in the USA where prostitution is legal.

Here are just a few reasons, in the opinion of this harlot, why Trumpcare may negatively impact Nevada’s legal working girls, our clients, and the legal brothel industry as a whole.

Alice Little is a Nevada working girl and a political activist opposing Trumpcare

Cuts to Medicaid could severely reduce a woman’s opportunity to thrive in our business

Every girl that becomes a legal prostitute doesn’t become financially comfortable overnight.  I have been fortunate to amass a strong clientele and establish myself as a financially successful businesswoman within Nevada’s legal brothel industry, but that can take time.  A young woman entering our business who in some cases may also be a single mother with limited financial means will also need time to build her customer base, and expanded access to Medicaid for her or her child may be the only way that she is able to know that they will be covered for health care until she can increase her income.  Helping Americans to help themselves should be an important role of any government assistance program, and Trumpcare would deal a devastating blow to the ability of some to become self sustaining citizens.       

Trumpcare will negatively impact our support team

While many of our customers may only see the beautiful faces of the legal prostitutes that I work with, there is actually a substantial workforce that labors behind the scenes to allow us to financially thrive.  Cashiers, bartenders, housekeepers and drivers all work hard to provide the backbone of our business that earns our clients’ patronage.  All of these employees are Nevada residents, guaranteed access to health care through the Affordable Care Act’s employer mandate.  If Obamacare were repealed, that mandate would be lifted, and these hard working parents and grandparents would lose access to coverage for themselves and their families.  They are also, in some cases, among the 200,000 Nevadans who have benefitted from the Medicaid expansion that a repeal would faze out. 

Trumpcare will take prostitution money away from our aging clients 

Under the American Health Care Act, insurers will be able to charge older consumers five times more than younger consumers. People over the age of 65 make up a very large percentage of Nevada brothel clients. If these clients are forced to pay unfairly augmented health care costs, they will not have money on hand to spend on the things that make life worth living in the first place — like sex with a beautiful and talented working girl.  That will in turn have a devastating effect on our entire industry, and negative impact on small businesses is the antithesis of what President Trump campaigned on. 

Summer Sebastian may be doubly impacted by the repeal of Obamacare, given that she is both an independently contracted sex worker and an expectant mother

Our job is to bring happiness, pleasure, and fulfillment to the gentleman (and ladies) we spend our time with. We give of ourselves not just physically, but mentally too. Many of us choose to dedicate ourselves to sex work, and plan to do this as a long term vocation. How are we supposed to do so without long term, trustworthy medical care? It is inevitable that all of us will experience at least one or more major medical emergencies. I believe that such an occurrence should not leave us, or our clients, bankrupt. This career allows us to make a bright future for ourselves, yet that could very well be tarnished with just a single medical disaster. 

We can do better. As a country, I know we can do better than this. All Americans, including sex workers, should have access to professional medical care as a basic human right. It is my sincerest hope that this healthcare revision is either terminated completely, or revised in such a way that it continues to protect the Affordable Care Act. Everyone deserves quality medical coverage at a price that allows them the opportunity to enjoy the pleasures of being alive.

I have gathered like-minded Nevada sex workers and we’ve formed the “Hookers for Health Care” political action committee. Together we will continue to pressure Senator Dean Heller and other Republican leaders, and lobby for a healthier future for Nevada’s working girls and for women throughout the United States!

Pictured: Mikki Lynn, Roxanne Price, Chanel Lee, Tiara Tae, Alice Little, Leeana Love, and Ophelia

Photo of Capitol by Martin Falbisoner (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

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Alice Little is a 4’8” red-headed cutie with a super-fit, all-natural body -- but don’t let her small stature deceive you. This friendly firebox is a pocket-sized sexual powerhouse with unparalleled lovemaking skills. A part-time girlfriend coveted by both men and women, Alice will make you feel right at home at the Moonlite Bunny Ranch.

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Alice Little is a 4’8” red-headed cutie with a super-fit, all-natural body -- but don’t let her small stature deceive you. This friendly firebox is a pocket-sized sexual powerhouse with unparalleled lovemaking skills. A part-time girlfriend coveted by both men and women, Alice will make you feel right at home at the Moonlite Bunny Ranch.

23 thoughts on “Nevada Working Girls vs. Trumpcare”

    1. Right On !!! TRUMP is Saving America !!! We are True Americans Now …
      All the Democrats are Retarded & North Korea will destroy the U.S.A & brothels if We don’t have Trumps Bad Add Genersls !!!! Nuclear Nightmare would End It All … I’m a retired Navy Seal former Captain on Seal Team Six 2011-2012

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  1. Honestly, I wish the government would just get out of the Health care business. Health care should be just like grocery stores. I just want to go in, buy my garlic stuffed olives and pay for it with cash. I’m sure the rich people will want their champagne and caviar health services. But here’s the thing about free markets: health care providers will compete to provide services. They’ll design services for poor people, rich people and everyone in between and still make money. Drugs too expensive? Legalize drugs, deregulate drugs, research the hell out of drugs. Addiction should be a medical condition treated by doctors, not police officers. We don’t throw cancer patients in jail, do we? Free markets could make everything better. Instead, everyone wants Big Brother’s frickin nanny state to take care of us.

  2. Even if you’re not religious, GOD BLESS YOU, ALICE!!!!!

    Alice has written a thoughtful and cogent argument regarding the proposed AHCA legislation. She is to be commended for her care and concern for the well-being of her fellow ladies and her clients.

    Health care needs to be recognized as a human right. The AHCA would be a giant step backward from this goal.

  3. This is absolutely brilliant! Good on you and keeping my fingers crossed that the ACA stays intact (even if it needs to be improved). I live in Israel, where we have socialized health care, and it’s amazing. I’ve been through two major health crises and multiple related smaller ones and neither one cost me more than my regular premiums and (reasonable) co-pays for meds. All of which allows me to work hard, contribute, support myself and pay in taxes.

  4. As a medical student, I receive very good health insurance through my university. I thoroughly understand that this opportunity is not available to everyone, however, it is crucial to accept the fact that every single action has a valid and immediate reaction. We need to take responsibility for ourselves instead of relying on these government funded programs- which I am in opposition of. I personally attended all of fl. trump rally’s and believe that he has our needs at best interest. I listen VERY carefully to every word and do proper research for validation. Sometimes… “sticking up for a small cause-” can have the plug pulled on an entire operation. Next thing we know- no more legal brothels. THEN we have to worry about healthcare!

    I do admire your integrity. Please put it to good use.


  5. Trump care takes care of a few things, it still makes health insurance available to all, just like someone who has multiple accidents, a few speeding tickets they have to pay more for their auto insurance, if someone lives in a flood zone they have to pay more for their home owners insurance, so if someone has a pre existing condition should they not have to pay a higher rate for their health insurance. Lets look at California one of the most liberal states in America and their elected officials will not offer single payer health insurance to residence and why do you think that is, it is because the state budget is 80 billion dollars a year, to have a single payer system in California it would cost nearly 400 billion. Then there is the cadillac tax that the democrats did not want to go into effect in 2015, the unions fought it hard to push those taxes back a few years, so in about 3 years they will come to fruition and that tax will be 40% to those that have employer supplied health care, yes it will be the workers who will have that tax taken out of their paychecks, so less to take home, so the homeless guy living under a bridge can have health care for free. Enough of this crap that those in need are more important then the ones who keep our country afloat.

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