He started by going to Moonlite Bunny Ranch, which was made famous by HBO’s Cathouse series.

When he first asked about photographing, the women didn’t believe him, thinking that he was just a nervous customer. In Elko, he had his first luck at a ‘parlor brothel’.

Since when have hospitals been putting patients of the opposite sex together? The Answer: Actually, in recent years, quite a number of hospitals across Canada have adopted this practice when space is tight.

It’s known as co-gendering and it can speed up access to hospital beds for patients waiting in the emergency department.

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(Prostitution is illegal outside these licensed premises.) Before travelling to Nevada, photographer Marc Mc Andrews had never been to a strip club, let alone a brothel. Over the course of five years, Mc Andrews made regular trips to Nevada’s legal brothels, staying anywhere from a week to a month each time.

He stayed in bedrooms in the houses, shared a bathroom with the working girls, and saw the world that no one — except those who work at the brothels — see.Plus, it doesn't hurt for them to remember your generosity when you have a request during your stay.In Cincinnati, Ohio, one cleaner was found to have cleaned the pot with a bottle of Lysol mildew remover, and another was captured using the same cloth to clean the coffee maker as she had used to clean the bathroom floor.In certain respects, some parts of the hospital have always been co-gendered, like the emergency department itself or the intensive care unit where there is a concentration of high-tech, life-support equipment.But the practice has grown as hospitals have created specialized wards that group together people with the same medical condition, such as stroke patients, said Debra Carew, director of Operations, Trauma, Emergency & Critical Care Program at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre. She noted there are usually a limited number of beds in the specialized wards.“There are times when patients may benefit by being in a specific ward or in a specific grouping of patients,” she said. If a patient is to get one of these beds, it may mean sharing a room with a person of the opposite sex, separated by a privacy curtain.