Wild West Tech (2003–2005)
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Brothel Tech 

The show covers aspects of the prostitution business in the wild west. It starts with the lack of women in the west relative to the number of men after the 1849 gold strike. Prostitutes ... See full summary »

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Amy Huggins

Writer:

Amy Huggins

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Keith Carradine ... Himself - Host
Ronald M. James Ronald M. James ... Himself - Historian
Drew Gomber Drew Gomber ... Himself - Hubbard Museum Staff
Marcus Huff Marcus Huff ... Himself - Author & Historian
Thomas Lowry Thomas Lowry ... Himself - Author
Bob Boze Bell Bob Boze Bell ... Himself - Editor, True West Magazine
Rudy Giececk Rudy Giececk ... Himself - Brothel Owner
Marion S. Goldman Marion S. Goldman ... Herself - Historian (as Dr. Marion S. Goldman)
Phil Spangenberger Phil Spangenberger ... Himself - Historian
Mark Reavis Mark Reavis ... Himself - BSB Historical Preservation Officer
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Thomas P. Lowry Thomas P. Lowry ... Himself
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The show covers aspects of the prostitution business in the wild west. It starts with the lack of women in the west relative to the number of men after the 1849 gold strike. Prostitutes worked at different levels starting at the top with brothels, saloon women, crib workers, and finally the street walkers at the bottom level. The poor working conditions of the women are covered along with the filthy state of their clients. Their strategic placement in red light districts along with how the red light name was derived from the rail workers red signal lanterns hanging outside the women's businesses. Perceptions of beauty or more importantly the lack of beauty standards of the day are covered. Treatments of the day for STDs are described along with the limited means to prevent them. Methods of birth control, abortion, and drug use are mentioned. The importance of prostitution as a key component of the economy of the times is stressed along with being one of the few livelihoods available ... Written by Anonymous

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Release Date:

4 May 2004 (USA) See more »

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Greystone Television See more »
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Himself - Host: The Wild West was full of men who had needs and more than a few women who satisfied them. A poem for the day puts in pretty clearly: "The miners came in '49/the whores in '51./When they got together/they produced the native son." Brothels next on Wild West Tech. Take off your hats - there are ladies present.
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