Bunny Ranch Brothel Offers Free Weddings To Gay/Trans Couples

With the Supreme Court’s landmark decision recognizing gay marriage to be legal in all 50 states, Moonlite Bunny Ranch brothel owner Dennis Hof is using his newly earned title of “minister” to make a special offer to gay couples across America who want to join in a legal union: free weddings for all.

Through Labor Day 2015, Hof is inviting gay couples to come to the HBO-TV famous Bunny Ranch legal brothel in Carson City, Nevada to be married by him, absolutely free. Brothel baron Hof, who owns a total of seven licensed houses of prostitution throughout Nevada,was recently ordained as a minister, and he thinks that the timing is incredibly fortuitous.

“I’m paying for the marriage licenses, and we’ll host a great reception for the couples in one of our plush Bunny Ranch VIP suites,” said Hof, the star of HBO’s award-winning Cathouse series that chronicles life at the world famous legal bordello.

“A large part of our business has become couples coming here to explore having another girl join them in a sexual experience, and many of those couples have been lesbians. Being able to provide them with the ability to legally join hands in marriage and then consummating the union right here on site with the assistance of a beautiful Bunny if they so choose, will be a true honor for me," proclaimed Hof, "I’m happy to pay for the licenses so these couples can finally fully enjoy the basic human rights that they have been wrongfully denied for so long.”

Hof also credits his recent decision to house Scott Thorson, the ex-boyfriend of Liberace, with providing an eye-opening insight into the gay rights struggle. “Everyone has a close friend or relative who is gay, whether they know it or not,” said Hof. “Having Scott live at The Bunny Ranch for a period of months right next door to my house while he got back on his feet allowed me to have day-to-day interaction with a gay person who over time became a very close friend. If someone were to tell me that my friend isn’t worthy of loving someone and being loved in return, that person and I would have a big problem—a very big problem.”

The free wedding offer is open to all gay, lesbian and transgender couples, and they can contact the Bunny Ranch immediately at [email protected] to reserve a date for to recite their vows.

For more information, email [email protected] or call (775)-246-5683 EXT: 231.