We get it, Tyra. You don't approve of what the women are doing. The show is just starting, and I'm not liking the way it sounds. It sounds one sided. Of course, I'm biased because I used to watch HBO's Cathouse. Again, I don't watch Tyra, but I was interested in how the show portrays the ranch. She makes it sound like girls working at the ranch (a legalized brothel) is exactly the same thing as working the streets. It's not. It's safer. Condoms are mandatory. They get frequent health checks. They refuse service if a customer doesn't look like he's clean. (They also clean themselves before anything even happens.) The girls can charge whatever they want for whatever they want, and they are able to keep half of their money - the other half goes to the house. Then there are things like room and board. (Unlike girls on the streets with pimps who take large percentages of the girls' pay.) They can choose who they want to party with, they have the right to refuse a client. They don't have to do anything they don't want to do (and they don't have to pay the money back to the house). Granted, a prostitute isn't the most ideal career for a girl, and it shouldn't be something she should strive for, but if she is a prostitute, working in a legalized brothel is the most ideal situation.