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Brothel Uses VR to Make Hentai and Porn Star Fantasies Real

The oldest profession embraces cutting-edge technology.

Sex workers from the Moonlite BunnyRanch in Nevade pose with owner Dennis Hof.

Have a hentai fantasy you’d like to indulge? What about a favorite adult film you’d like to immerse yourself in? Then it may be time to head to the Moonlite BunnyRanch in Nevada.

Dennis Hof, who runs the legal brothel, announced a new virtual reality experience on offer. Speaking to UK publication The Sun earlier this month, he said clients in VIP bungalows can wear VR headsets during their sessions with sex workers. After choosing a VR flick featuring a top performer or an animated Japanese character, the sex worker will then play out the physical action.

Sex worker Alice Little, who brings her Oculus Rift headset to the brothel, explained more:

“While my client wears a headset and views VR hentai porn, I mimic the sensual actions of the animated character with my actual body creating an amazingly convincing sexual fantasy for my clients that yearn to get it on with an animated lover,” she told The Sun.

Celeb three-ways

But the possibilities don’t end there. Hof added that he expects “it won’t be long until you’ll be able to bring a simulated version of Scarlett Johannson or Angelina Jolie into a threesome with one of my hot bunnies.”

Hopefully, if the BunnyRanch does start offering simulated celebrity three-ways, it will have gained consent to use entertainers’ likeness first. Otherwise, it’s a skeezy deepfake situation in which non-consensual and potentially harmful content is being consumed.

And that’s not cool. While it might take a while for the law to catch up, it could even become illegal or the cause for legal action.

Image sources: Moonlite BunnyRanch/Facebook

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