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Under owner Joe Conforte , Mustang Ranch Brothel, the precursor to Mustang Ranch, became Nevada's first licensed brothel in , eventually leading to the legalization of brothels prostitution in 10 of 17 counties in the state. The Mustang Ranch was forfeited to the federal government in following Conforte's convictions for tax fraud , racketeering and other crimes. It was auctioned off and reopened in , 5 miles 8.
The courtesans lived on the ranch during their entire shift, which lasted from several days to several weeks. Conforte claimed in , the age range of the working girls was 18 to Conforte could provide women of any age, race or size on request of the high rollers. The shifts lasted 12 hours per day.
Clothing and salon services were provided by vendors who traveled from as far away as San Francisco and by non-courtesan employees who lived in Sparks, Nevada. Doctors came to the ranch to do pelvic exams and check for sexually transmitted diseases. Others came from all parts of the country.
Women not working on the ranch were not allowed in. Owner Joe Conforte allowed "out parties" for high rollers to take the women to hotels in Reno. He wrote, "The women were the most beautiful of any fantasy of man. As in other Nevada brothels , customers were buzzed in through the parlor door. Once in, they chose a woman from a lineup in a lobby, and negotiated prices and services. She checked the penis for any open sores or signs of venereal disease and tested the pre-ejaculatory fluid.
A short negotiation was made as to the type of "party" the customer wanted. The house received half of anything the women made. After the negotiations were over, the courtesan collected the money and deposited it with a cashier. The brothel started out as a set of four double-wide trailers, run by Richard Bennett and initially called Mustang Bridge Ranch.