Alien Cathouse: SciFi-Themed Brothel Opening in Nevada

A new Nevada business venture seems to be banking on men wanting to be like Captain Kirk – to boldly go where no man has gone before, and then have sex with the women there.

Dennis Hof, proprietor of the Moonlite Bunny Ranch just outside Carson City, Nevada, is famous for the HBO reality show Cathouse which documents the lives of the women working at the legal brothel.  Now, 90 miles northwest of Las Vegas, he’s opening up a new establishment – Alien Cathouse, where he promises “girls from another world.” Along with the Area 51 Alien Travel Center, the business ventures are taking advantage of a location near the federal installation formerly known as the Nevada Test Site (which isn’t actually near Area 51, but whatever).

The brothel is a month or two from opening, and details still seem to be up in the air, though Hof does promise that there will be costumes. We assume this means more slave Leias than you can shake a lightsaber at.  And some women painted green.  We’re guessing probably not a lot of geek nuance happening at this place.

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6 Responses to Alien Cathouse: SciFi-Themed Brothel Opening in Nevada

    • while i can see the appeal of the triople breats, i've always considered myself more of a logn lge man.

      live long and prosper, yo.

  1. It'd be cool if they went into a bit of detail, like have women dressed like Klingons and acting like them (although without the grievous bodily harm that usually results from klingon-human couplings). Vulcan would be easy, the girls wouldn't even have to pretend to feel anything.

    • Um, I guess you have not seen the episode where spok is in “heat” as it were.

      Vulcans are not without emotion, in fact quiet the opposite, they are a race of very deep emotions, so deep that they had to learn to override them with logic and suppression.