Sheri’s Ranch has touted itself as CES’s go-to brothel for years, but it looks like this year the whorehouse has a beef with the world’s top tech trade show. Turns out Sheri’s staff doesn’t have too many nice things to say about Virtual Reality, a technology prominently showcased at this year’s CES show.
“How might this technology affect Nevada’s brothel industry in the next five to ten years?”, writes brothel spokesperson Jeremy Lemur. “Since virtual prostitution wouldn’t be illegal or unsafe because the participants aren’t really having sex, will a Nevada brothel’s secure, legal setting and reputation for an STD-free environment become irrelevant in the future world of VR technology?”
While some may argue that the convenience of simulated sexual satisfaction trumps a personal encounter, licensed pro Marly disagrees. “I think it will take more than a sex simulator to put me out of business, mainly because I offer so much more than sex,” she says, maintaining that VR sex can’t replicate human bonding. “We offer real intimacy, not the illusion of intimacy.”
“Real sexual relations lead to real relationships with real women,” says Red Diamonds, adding that prostitutes can help men enjoy a richer and more satisfying sex life. “Virtual reality couldn’t teach a man what I could teach him.”
While hooker Amber Lynn concedes that virtual sex has its advantages over visiting a legal brothel, “But at what cost? Sex that comes so effortlessly will eventually become passionless and mundane. People will forget how gratifying and exciting a genuine tryst can be.”
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— Sheri’s Ranch (@SherisBrothel) December 18, 2015