Licensed, Legal prostitutes in Nevada have reportedly joined forces under the moniker “Hookers for Health Care” to speak out in support of Obamacare in light of the GOP’s pending health care bill to repeal and replace.
CNN, citing a press release from the group of ladies, states that it claims, under Obamacare, “thousands of prostitutes nationwide were, for the first time, able to obtain affordable health care insurance for themselves and their families.”
“When I look at the folks that are making decisions, the majority of them are male voices,” CNN quotes the lead hooker – Alice Little – as stating. “They have no idea how they’re affecting women’s lives.”
“Every girl that becomes a legal prostitute doesn’t become financially comfortable overnight,” Little, who CNN states made about $500,000 last year, writes in a blog post on BunnyRanch.com.
“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.”
She continues, “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.”
Little further argues that “Trumpcare will take prostitution money away from our aging 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,” she writes.
Little’s blog post concludes with a vow to – along with her fellow “Hookers for Health Care” – “lobby for a healthier future for Nevada’s working girls and for women throughout the United States.”
According to CNN, Little’s boss – brothel mogul Dennis Hof – is an avid President Donald Trump supporter but still has no problem letting “Hookers for Health Care” use his Bunny Ranch website to voice their political opinions.
“I believe in people taking responsibility for their own lives, and not asking for these kind of government handouts,” he said to the outlet.
“You start giving these working girls free or discounted health care coverage, then what comes next? This is definitely not a road we want to go down.”
Still, he reportedly said, “I love that they’re involved. These girls are smart, they will be running out country and they vote.”