CARSON CITY, Nev., Oct. 11, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Dennis Hof, owner of the Bunny Ranch and six other legal brothels throughout Nevada, announced that he's exploring advances in technology that could lead to sexbots working next to human sex workers.
"I've always been an innovator in the sex space," Hof said. "The technology is further along than most people think. The companies I'm in discussions with are constantly perfecting their robots to be the most satisfying sex partners on the market, and the advancements in Artificial Intelligence may truly change the game."
"The 'Girlfriend Experience,' where a client and sex worker share conversation and intimacy in addition to sex, is the most requested session at our brothels," Hof said. "A few companies are already experimenting with artificially intelligent applications, so future sex robots might be able to connect with clients on this intimate level and satisfy their emotional needs."
Some working girls at the brothel disagree with Hof's assessment.
"It's insulting," says Tiara Tae, a popular prostitute at the Bunny Ranch. "You can't program a robot to sympathize with every client's emotional needs. The experience we offer is not a simulation of intimacy, it's genuine. Plus, it's challenging enough competing with dozens of other working girls…Now I have to compete with the Terminator too?"
Not all prostitutes at Hof's brothels are opposed to the idea of sex robots joining the Bunny Ranch lineup.
Alice Little, the top earner of Hof's pool of over 500 working girls, has a different perspective. "Many of the virgins I see are very nervous when they're with a woman for the first time, and could benefit from having a transitional sexbot to ease them into intercourse with a human woman. Also, how cool would it be to have a threesome with a robot?" Little asked.
Currently, Hof splits all revenue 50/50 with the Bunny Ranch prostitutes, so the financial advantage of having non-human sex workers is not lost on him. "We're in the early stages of estimating the potential financial impact of robo-prostitution," Hof said. "But if the future unfolds as we expect, sex robots may do for the Bunny Ranch what the iPhone did for Apple."
Dennis Hof and the Bunny Ranch girls are available for interviews by contacting Dennis@BunnyRanch.com or 775-720-9090.
SOURCE Bunny Ranch