Britain's Oxford University has invited a famous Nevada brothel owner to participate in a debate about the legalization of prostitution.
Dennis Hof, 65, founder of the Moonlite Bunny Ranch, said he and one of his prostitutes, Cami Parker, will travel to the school to argue for the legalization of prostitution alongside Fiona Godlee, editor-in-chief of the British Medical Journal, and adult entertainer Johnny Anglais, The Sun reported Tuesday.
Arguing against the legalization of prostitution will be Julie Bindel, author and co-founder of Justice for Women, feminist activist Julia Long and activist Ellie Levenson.
Hof said he was honored by the school's invitation.
"I'm going to shock some people, I'm sure," Hof said. "I was very excited and honored when I got the formal invitation from Oxford. I couldn't turn down the opportunity to speak where so many famous people have been before me. I'm going to show them how my ranch is the model of prostitution -- I think they are going to like it."
"My life has been a party for 20 years. When you legalize it you take out all of the criminal elements and get safer sex," he said. "These girls are educated, young businesswomen. Cami's going to show that, she'll be there to ask any questions people want answering."