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By Daily Mail Reporter. Photographer Marc McAndrews spent five years documenting life inside the legal brothels of rural Nevada. His project, 'Nevada Rose,' shares an intimate look at the only places in America where it's not against the law to pay for sex. McAndrews pays special attention to the women who work inside the brothels, capturing unguarded moments with the women working the 'world's oldest profession.
McAndrews said he often showed up in the early afternoons - either before the brothels opened or when they weren't very busy. The Pennsylvania-native talked his way inside nearly every brothel in the state, using his camera as his passport. What he saw was shockingly mundane. The sex trade raises moral and political hackles and evokes an emotional response in most Americans.
But, McAndrews often captured women preparing for just another day of work. McAndrews' work focuses on Americana - slices of American life from motel workers to truck stops and landscape scenes.
His book, Nevada Rose , was published in by Umbrage Editions. Waiting: Simone at Donna's Ranch in Battle Mountain, Nevada, is seen here primping herself before the day's customers arrive. Photographer Marc McAndrews often worked in the morning and afternoon, before the brothels opened or when there were few customers. McAndrews works to demystify the sex trade and show the mundane slices of life inside the brothels. Waiting game: Women usually gathered in the parlor of the brothel to wait for men to arrive and pay for their services.
These women work at the Love Ranch in Carson City. These women were dressed for 'work' in their skimpiest attire - but had nothing to do but sit around and chat until customers came.