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Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. Licensed prostitutes in Nevada are organizing against legislation they say will devastate them, other prostitutes across the nation and their families. Story highlights Licensed prostitutes in Nevada are organizing against health care legislation About women have signed on to the movement so far. Licensed prostitutes in Nevada, working in legal brothels, are organizing against legislation they say will devastate them, other prostitutes across the nation and their families.
With Obamacare Affordable Care Act , now under threat of being repealed and replaced, "thousands of prostitutes nationwide were, for the first time, able to obtain affordable health care insurance for themselves and their families," said a press release issued Thursday. So, dubbing itself "Hookers for Health Care," this group plans to go "on a political offensive She thinks about the cuts being proposed, the slashes to coverage for things like pregnancies and eating disorders and is outraged by the toll it will take on women.
Inside a legal brothel About a hundred women working in Hof's seven brothels have already signed up to be involved with this new movement. Little says several dozen women and counting have already agreed to sign onto a petition she's drafting and that many are waiting to have their perspecitves recorded for social media purposes.
We have the same health concerns as other Americans. As independent contractors, she said, prostitutes are "at the mercy of the health care marketplace to obtain our own insurance" and are often reliant on Medicaid. But even with her success, Little knows plenty of women need a break.
It's not just the prostitutes and their families that stand to lose if this new bill passes, Little adds. Consider the housekeepers, bartenders and cashiers who also work hard to be self-sustaining Nevadans. Also, added to the list of those she hopes to protect: 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.