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Prostitution and Trafficking in Nevada addresses the scope of the sex industry in Nevada, including human rights violations against women in the Nevada legal brothels. The book describes how the multibillion-dollar illegal sex industry in Las Vegas works. Sex trafficking from within and outside of the US, advertising for prostitution, political corruption, pornography, organized crime and the constant demand of men for paid sex — all contribute to prostitution and trafficking in Nevada.
Far from enjoying better conditions than those who work illegally, the prostitutes she spoke to are often subject to slave-like conditions. Brothels are officially allowed only in counties with populations of fewer than ,, so prostitution remains an illegal — though vast — trade in conurbations such as Las Vegas.
The brothel prostitutes often live in prison-like conditions, locked in or forbidden to leave. One pimp starved a woman he considered too fat. She made a friend outside the brothel who would throw food over the fence for her.
Some are bipolar, some are schizophrenic. Then there is the fact that legal prostitutes seem to lose the rights ordinary citizens enjoy. From , prostitutes in Nevada have been legally required to be tested once a week for sexually transmitted diseases and monthly for HIV. Customers are not required to be tested.
The women must present their medical clearance to the police station and be finger-printed, even though such registration is detrimental: In addition, there are countries that will not permit registered prostitutes to settle, so their movement is severely restricted. Those who support the system claim that the regulations may help prevent pimping, which they see as a worse form of exploitation to that which occurs in brothels.